The Joint Committee on the Public Schools (JCPS), provides an ongoing study of the system of free public schools - it's financing, administration and operations - as well as, to make recommendations for legislative action, invited NJASA and other stakeholders to discuss the impact of the caps.
NJASA Executive Director Dr. Bozza tells FiOS1 "Plenty! From school budget and funding pressures, to shared services and school security, and changes in teacher and principal assessments, chief education officers are helping to shape policy, leading change and troubleshooting challenges."
Mark your calendar for Sept. 30th - Parsippany-Troy Hills; Oct. 17th - Middlesex County Vocational; and/or Nov. 10th - Hammonton
Shared Services, Consolidation and Administrative Costs - Separating Fact from Fiction!
NJDOE Has the Answers!
NJASA, in partnership with NJPSA and FEA with the support of NJDOE, encourages you to participate in the New Jersey Leadership Academy.
Attend NJASA high-quality purposeful professional development program.
Renew your annual NJASA membership for 2014-2015 and encourage a colleague to join the NJASA Team.
Registration for Fall Workshop 2014 is Open!
Join the AASA Peer-to-Peer Innovation Network - There is no cost to participate.
NJDOE Introduces - NJ Educator Resource Exchange, a new website that will, over time, provide teachers with a massive inventory of resources they can use in the classroom as they implement the CCSS
"Superintendents and principals still need to be the interpreters of the data for their communities,.."
Chief Education Officer of the Atlantic County Vocational School District, Dr. Philip J. Guenther is named the 2014 Superintendent of the Year.
As evaluation reform continues across the country, New Jersey is leading by example...
This service can be purchased in a bundle of five observations for $1500.
“You couldn’t go crazy,” said Melanie Schulz, director of governmental affairs for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, the superintendents group. “You would have to stay prudent.”
The latest evidence that Gov. Chris Christie’s salary cap for school superintendents has backfired...
Legislative committee looks at ways to accommodate kids with vegan or vegetarian diets
Richard Bozza, executive director of NJASA, said the state's salary cap "absolutely" continues to harm school districts. Bozza said New York school recruiters tell him the cap is a "blessing for them" because they can scoop up superintendents who flee the state to avoid the cap.
Top-down approach to mergers hasn’t gotten very far, so a grass-roots approach could be the key to success...
Tracey Severns helped guide state’s shift to new learning standards in language arts, math