Hi, I’m Dr. Richard Bozza, Executive Director for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. I’m here to tell you how you can prepare for these changes—and position your district for success. I invite you to attend our Spring Leadership Conference on May 17th to 19th at Caesars Atlantic City. Given the volatile educational landscape, this is one conference you can’t miss.
Experienced. Insightful. Visionary. Collaborative. Data-driven. Tech-Savvy. Fiscally responsible. And most importantly, Student-achievement-focused. These are the shared characteristics among NJASA's 2017 regional Superintendent of the Year award winners. They inspire their school districts and communities to create positive change for students. They competently and confidently identified, tore down and lept over barriers to success, with strategy, goals and key stakeholder engagement strategies. Staff, students, parents and the community all crossed the finish line together.
In this video, Dr. Bozza, executive director of NJASA, gives you a glimpse of what makes this group outstanding role models.
Dr. Scott Rocco, NJASA treasurer, co-chair of the NJASA Technology Committee, and chief education officer for Spotswood School District; and Nancy Gartenberg, chief education officer for Montgomery Township School District tell you about the single most important event for New Jersey school leaders who want to integrate technology more effectively in their districts, using best practices and following proven models of success.
School law is complex and constantly changing. New Jersey school leaders can depend on the Legal Handbook for New Jersey School Administrators Seventh Edition for timely legal information in an easy-to-scan format. Think of it as a practical field manual for school administrators who sometimes need to think like attorneys.The Legal Handbook is a great resource for those potentially difficult situations. Dress codes for staff. Immunization requirements for public schools. Misuse of the school computer for explicit sexual language. Parents’ constitutional rights to direct the education of their children. And so much more.There’s nothing else out there that delivers the kind of information that New Jersey public school leaders need in the format that’s this easy to use.In addition to the handbook, the authors monitor current case law and members’ legal questions to create NJASA’s monthly legal publication supplements. Those supplements provide timely information on pivotal cases affecting New Jersey public schools.