The Association's leadership traveled to the State House to kick off the 2015-2016 school year with the Joint Committee on Public Schools.
NJASA Executive Director Dr Bozza tells NJ.com, "The vast majority of the state's schools get their water from a local municipality or water company and had never been required to conduct testing to see how much lead,...
His commitment to special needs students resulted in the development of a model inclusion program that eliminated academic and social barriers for the students.
Now in its third year, NJLA provides educational leaders the opportunity to learn together and participate in sustained, collaborative, and structured professional development throughout the year. Job-alike cohorts of Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Principals, Assistant Principals, Directors, and Supervisors take three core courses together and two electives to meet individual, school, or district goals. NJLA is a partnership of NJASA with NJPSA and FEA.
Association Past President,1984-85; Retired Paramus Chief Education Officer,1985-1994; and the First New Jersey Superintendent of the Year,1989; Dr. Harry Galinsky expired recently. "Harry was a remarkable educator and one of America's finest school superintendents." NJASA Executive Director Dr. Richard Bozza "He was always good to the aspiring school leaders coming up." NJASA President Patrick Fletcher
NJASA is looking for individuals who lead school districts that reflect one or more of Vision 2020's 12 plans to deliver a world class educational experience to each and every child in New Jersey.
The NJ Food for Thought Campaign and the New Jersey Department of Agriculture have asked for our help in spreading the word to parents about these programs. To find out if your community has summer meals locations.
The purpose of the project is to help mitigate the impact of social barriers women face in ascending to the top leadership positions within our school systems and to significantly increase the number of women seeking and becoming CEOs and superintendents of schools.
Shared Services, Consolidation and Administrative Costs - Separating Fact from Fiction!
Commission’s report calls for reforms it says are needed to reduce costs of public-employee benefits
School Ethics Commission Advisory Opinion A31-15 January 26, 2016 (2/3)
New Engagement Platform uses Web and Mobile-based Technology to Help Students and Their Parents Navigate K-12 Challenges.
Judith Ann Rattner, Chief Education Officer, Berkeley Heights School District, was selected New Jersey's 2016 candidate for the American Association of School Administrators' (AASA) National Superintendent of the Year Award by the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA). (12/10)
TEACHNJ Act of 2012, requires superintendents to file an inefficiency tenure charge against any teacher, principal, vice-principal, or assistant principal who received a Partially Effective summative rating followed by an Ineffective summative rating or received two consecutive Ineffective summative ratings. In such circumstances, superintendents must file with the secretary of their board of education an inefficiency tenure charge.
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Officers Meeting
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Executive Committee