Standards for learning science are changing in NJ classrooms
NJASA, in partnership with NJPSA and FEA with the support of NJDOE, encourages you to participate in the New Jersey Leadership Academy, a new structured approach to professional development for all educational leaders.
Join the AASA Peer-to-Peer Innovation Network - There is no cost to participate.
Updated NJDOE data indicates the average administrative cost per pupil for K-6 and K-8 districts is below the statewide average.
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.
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.
Hearing complaints from residents re: a huge hike in their property taxes, Senate President Sweeney said..." the state should consider sending more aid to Atlantic City schools."
NJASA notes NJ has among the lowest administrative costs in the nation.
With quality schools and accessible health care, New Jersey is the eighth best state in the country to raise a child... Last year, New Jersey ranked fifth best.
U.S. Department of Education confirms it has opened civil rights probe into city's controversial plan to reorganize public schools
"This is a prudent action, one that NJASA has long championed in supporting legislation along these lines. It allows chief education officers much needed time to evaluate the PARCC assessment before those scores impact the employment status of individuals..."
Task force will study effectiveness of Common Core-linked test, scores will carry less weight in evaluating teachers
A Letter to our PA R T N E R S: By Vicki Phillips, Director of Education, College Ready, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation