Regulations, Certifications, Code Revisions Needed
NJASA Educator Recruitment and Retention Committee Presented to the NJASA Executive Committee for Review and Adoption January 26, 2023
AG Platkin and Acting DOE Commissioner Allen-McMillan Release a Resource Guide for Addressing Bias in K-12 Schools
Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and Acting Department of Education (DOE) Commissioner Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan announced the release of the “Addressing Bias in K-12 Schools” resource guide, which provides schools across New Jersey with a comprehensive plan for addressing bias in schools and offers additional resources that schools and others in the school community can use to more effectively respond to bias incidents in schools.
NJASA Extensive Database Contains 2000+ pages of Documents Pertaining to Regionalization Initiatives in New Jersey and Elsewhere.
The database contains information and resources on: Studies and legislation pertaining to New Jersey and other places; Studies undertaken by New Jersey towns and organized by county; NJDOE historical memoranda; Scholarly articles and opinion pieces; Articles and studies related to Shared Services; General scholarly articles and historical position papers
NJASA Upcoming Events
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12:30 PM - 1:30 PM NJERF Meeting - Board of Trustees Meeting
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NJASA Mission & Beliefs
The mission of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, the unifying professional association of school leaders, is to ensure a superior statewide system of education by influencing and effecting educational policy, regulations and legislation; and by maximizing the capacity and effectiveness of school leaders through professional development programs and support services.
We believe that NJASA Educational Leaders:
- have a vision for education and articulate that vision to the benefit of their students and communities;
- align the organization's purpose and values with those of its members;
- make an essential difference in the lives of children and communities;
- are leadership development professionals who facilitate professional growth and empowerment of others;
- model and generate commitment to shared values;
- attract and energize followers;
- provide a clear sense of direction; and
- are action oriented.