From cyber bullying to sexual predators, the Internet can be a dangerous place. How do New Jersey's schools safeguard students?
NJASA Executive Director, Dr. Richard Bozza talks about TECHSPO an education technology conference for New Jersey School Administrators and Chief Education Officers.
Dr. Richard Bozza shares attributes from the world's best schools in an effort to inform New Jersey's school leaders how they can increase achievement in their districts.
Dr. Richard Bozza gives an overview of professional development opportunities provided by the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA).
Chief Education Officer of the Atlantic County Vocational School District, Dr. Philip J. Guenther is named the 2014 Superintendent of the Year.
Dr. Richard Bozza tells why school attorneys should subscribe to the NJASA Research Publications Program, a comprehensive service that delivers three publications each month
Dr. Richard Bozza introduces the New Jersey Online Learning Services, a new program that provides online learning options for New Jersey high schools and students.
Dr. Richard Bozza and Gary McCartney of NJASA invite chief education officers to participate in the Public Education Vision Survey. Tell us what you think the future of education will look like in 2020? Deadline is September 30, 2013.
What are the issues to watch during the 2013-14 school year? New Jersey's Chief Education Officers are preparing for implementation of the new Common Core State Standards, and watching developments of the recent clamp down on 'trash talk' on the sports field. They're also preparing for new staff assessments. Dr. Richard Bozza of NJASA provides the inside scoop. For more information, visit www.njasa.net