NJASA & SHARE911 partner to Bring School Safety Tool to Schools! NJASA Executive Director Dr. Richard Bozza said, "The SHARE911 System function offers teachers and others the ability to use smart phones, computers, and iPad tablets to transmit their locations and statuses immediately to officials."
NJASA in partnership with the NJSBA, is offering a Customized Policy Writing Service as an affordable solution for managing your school district’s policy manual. This has the potential to save your district thousands of dollars on an annual basis! Click to see how to get started!
Dr. Richard Bozza tells why school attorneysshould subscribe to the NJASA Research Publications Program, acomprehensive service that delivers 3 publications each month.
The percentage of the budget dedicated to administrative costs for New Jersey school systems ranks near the bottom of the 50 states - 4th lowest in the nation - lower than many states which have larger school systems.
All nominations must be received at NJASA Headquarters no later than March 7, 2014.
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
If you missed the February 20th - Ensuring Instructional and Course Quality in Online Learning Webinar, you can view the archived session Now!
NJASA, in collaboration with NJAPSA and the Centris Group/IEP Direct, are co-sponsors of the award.
"Superintendents and principals still need to be the interpreters of the data for their communities,.."
NJ Education Commissioner Cerf approves the NJASA/NJAPSATravel Waiver
Melanie Schulz Joined the NJASA Staff on January 2, 2014.
The District Evaluation Advisory Committee (DEAC) has great potential for supporting districts in effectively implementing the AchieveNJ evaluation system.
Chief Education Officer of the Atlantic County Vocational School District, Dr. Philip J. Guenther is named the 2014 Superintendent of the Year.
Each overview describes the origin and application of the new regulations, compares previous to new requirements, and delineates PD planning requirements.
As evaluation reform continues across the country, New Jersey is leading by example...
“It’s relatively good news considering there was no less aid,” said Richard Bozza, executive director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. “Considering he had to put more than $2 billion alone in pensions, I think most of our members will be pleased with this.”
...Richard Bozza, executive director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, said that most of his members “will be pleased they’re not losing aid.”
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