NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
Press Release: For Immediate Release
Dr. Richard Bozza, NJASA Executive Director is available to discuss in-depth the following statement.
Task Force to Eliminate Excessive and Burdensome Education Regulations is long overdue!
TRENTON, N.J. — April 4, 2011 — The New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) applauds Governor Chris Christie’s just-created Education Transformation Task Force.
NJASA Executive Director Richard Bozza said, “This Executive Order authorizing the Task Force is long overdue! Continually over the years, the NJASA membership has been demanding action from Trenton to streamline the cumbersome and inefficient, voluminous and redundant paperwork processes and procedures generated from state funded and unfunded mandates that cover instructional services, cooperative purchasing, transportation, health benefits, and administrative and business services.”
“Today’s actions by the Governor demonstrate his Administration’s comprehension of the massive burden chief education officers and school leaders face in implementing the daily operations of a New Jersey school district. NJASA stands ready and willing to work with the Governor and his staff on this admirable initiative,” added NJASA Executive Director Bozza.
About NJASA: The New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) is an organization of Chief Education Officers and school administrators who lead school districts in New Jersey’s 21 counties. The Association’s mission is to ensure a superior statewide system of education. Through ongoing professional training and education, the Association shares knowledge among its members about best practices from both an educational and an administrative perspective. NJASA’s goal is to move education forward by ensuring the highest quality of instruction for all New Jersey’s children.
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