From left, Northern Regional winner - Dr. C. Lauren Schoen, Chief Education Officer, Mahwah Township Public Schools; Southern Regional winner - Dr. Scott McCartney, Chief Education Officer, Egg Harbor Township School District; and Central Regional winner - Dr. Timothy Purnell, Chief Education Officer, Somerville Public Schools
DARE America has not revised their Kir Elementary Curriculum to Meet the New Jersey Core Curriculum Standards.
NJASA Executive Director Dr. Richard Bozza breaks down the system for parents.
NEW JERSEY’S PREMIER EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE- January 29-30, 2015
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.
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,.."
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.
New Jersey Gears Up for Common Core Standards Implementation
To Ease the Regulatory Burden on Schools
This brief addresses problems with, and disinformation about New Jersey’s Student Growth Percentile (SGP) measures which are proposed by New Jersey Department of Education officials, to be used for evaluating teachers and principals and rating local public schools.
Urban Hope Act comes up for final vote next week, could open way to further charter-school expansion in that city
According to complaint, 16 poor school systems are being underfunded by nearly $20 million
Reworked legislation opens way for large networks of charter schools in Camden
There are plenty of questions about the Common Core standards -- NJ Spotlight goes to the experts to supply some answers
Governor continues to keep his own counsel when it comes to future of pay limits for top administrators
“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...