The SARP (Residency) helps new district administrators navigate the multifaceted, complex job of running a school district. NJASA is the only professional organization that oversees the SARP (Residency) for school district administrators.
Are you wondering what’s on the horizon for New Jersey public school budgets, students and administrators during the 2016 school year? Hear what Dr. Richard Bozza, executive director of New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) has to say about the the Every Student Succeeds Act, Common Core, and public employee pensions.
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Dr. Scott Rocco, chair of the NJASA Technology Committee reveals that over 1,000 K-12 New Jersey educators and administrators will be inspired by 100 workshop and exhibition showcase leaders at the largest education technology conference in New Jersey. John Shammas and Kevin Brookhouser will also be the keynote speakers!
Find our how the chief education officer of Berkeley Heights public school district in New Jersey creates a culture that results in 95 percent of last year’s high school graduates in continuing their education at colleges and universities.
Dr. Brian Zychowski, Chief Education Officer for the North Brunswick Public Schools asks: have you been engaging in all the benefits that are available to you?
Here are 10 professional development tips for school administrators taken from recent NJASA Professional Development Workshops. Finding the balance between educational leader and business manager, and tips from how to manage and implement school security and trending technology to setting the right culture and mitigating risk.
What's on the horizon for back to school 2015-2016 for New Jersey public school leaders? Items to watch include Governor Christie's presidential race, Common Core, PARCC, evaluations, educator, pensions and more. superintendents, chief education officers, NJASA, New Jersey, New Jersey Association of School Administrators