Dr. Richard Bozza tells why school attorneysshould subscribe to the NJASA Research Publications Program, acomprehensive service that delivers 3 publications each month.
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!
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...
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
Keynote Speakers: Thurs., Jan. 30th - Alan November, international leader in education technology and Fri., Jan. 31st - Marc Prensky, coiner of the terms "Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants"
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.
Register Now for the Dec. 10th webinar - "Improving Homebound Instruction through Online Learning." If you missed the overview webinar titled, "Meeting Credit Recovery Needs through Online Learning," - It is archived for your convenience.
Dr. Philip J. Guenther, Chief Education Officer, Atlantic County Vocational School District was selected New Jersey's 2014 candidate for the AASA National Superintendent of the Year Award by NJASA.
This service can be purchased in a bundle of five observations for $1500.
New Jersey Gears Up for Common Core Standards Implementation
Let’s examine data in one area that is often assumed to yield great savings – Administrative Costs.
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.
The report chronicles the state’s testing of the new evaluation system, which is being used in every school district this year.
PARCC testing will replace NJASK and HSPA in 2015.
American students scored below the international average in math and about average in science and reading.
While a few states are getting cold feet about the new Common Core State Standards and the online testing they entail, most New Jersey politicians are concerned chiefly about costs and are waiting -- none too patiently -- for more details from the Christie administration.
Nearly every School Choice district in the county is losing students to other School Choice schools in the county.
The 2012 law that resulted in the shift of a vast majority of New Jersey’s school elections to November is about to get some tweaks...
The funding, made possible through the U.S. Department of Education’s Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) grant program, is available to help districts provide services designed to maintain safe learning environments for children.
The Assembly Education Committee is expected to vote on a bill to establish an office in the Department of Education focused on dropout prevention and outreach to out-of-school youth.
The state could have avoided unwarranted tuition aid to school districts for no-show out-of-district students from the outset, according to Marguerite Downham, who led the program from March 2011 until April 2012...
A new website from the New Jersey Department of Education aims to give some inspiration.
Statistics on salary cap impact are preliminary and full effect may not be felt for a few more years
Legislation sponsored by Senate Education Chair M. Teresa Ruiz that would create a task force to study issues related to full-day kindergarten, including the feasibility of implementing full-day programs in schools statewide, was approved...
A member of the state Department of Education’s School Ethics Commission has resigned after a recent investigation into the spending of taxpayer dollars...
...a growing chorus of lawmakers calling for reform in response to a Star-Ledger investigation that found nepotism, high executive salaries, generous pensions, fancy cars and questionable business deals are common in some of the nearly 180 private schools for the disabled.
New Jersey remains near the top of performance on the test known as the “nation’s report card,” and ranks No. 2 in eighth-grade math and reading after Massachusetts...