Women’s Leadership Conference March 26-27, 2020
The Palace at Somerset Park - Somerset, NJ
Meet the Keynote Speakers
Deb Kerr, AASA President
Bold Women Inspire and Innovate to Lead Greatly
Fifth Annual Women’s
Leadership Conference ‘20
for Key School Leaders.
Female Educators and their communities will benefit from the information presented.
Edmentum President and Chief Executive Officer
EXECUTIVE VIEW: Defining Comparability of School Administrator ContractsBy NJASA Executive Director Dr. Richard G. Bozza
WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP CORNER: Women in Leadership: Taking Your Place at the Table with Greater SuccessBy Dr. Piera Gravenor, Chief Education Officer and Dr. Melissa Williams, Asst. Chief Education Officer, Delsea Regional & Elk Township School Districts
CURRICULUM CORNER: Lifting the Voices of Hidden Figures: The Amistad Stakeholder GroupBy Dr. Lisa J. Gleason, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Wall Township Public Schools
LEGAL CORNER: "Paul's Law" Will Require School Nurses to Develop Individualized Health Care and Emergency Health Care Plans for Students with Epilepsy and Seizure DisordersBy Andrew Babiak, Esq., Assistant Association Counsel
COMMUNITY CORNER: Promising Practices from the Field: Ensuring Safety for All StudentsBy Joseph Langowski, Chief Education Officer, and Caryn Zweben, Supervisor of Pupil Personnel Services, Lumberton Township Schools
FINANCIAL CORNER: New Jersey Public Pension Funds Had a 16.4% Return in 2019By NJASA Pension Consultant Mort Reinhart
Matt Miller’s Insights from Techspo®’20
....Transform His Teaching & Learning Philosophies with TechnologyNJASA Executive Director Dr. Richard Bozza sat down with Miller after his Techspo’20® keynote address and learned his feelings about educational risks, thoughts of being fired, his vision for teaching today and tomorrow and the reason he wrote Ditch That Textbook.Listen to the NJASA Podcast!
RETIREES' CORNER:By Dr. Kenneth King, Asst. Superintendent (Retired), East Orange and NJASA Past President & Dr. Marc Gaswirth, Asst. Superintendent (Retired), Marlboro Township Public Schools
March Deadlines for Special Awardsat the Annual NJASA/NJAPSA Spring Leadership Conference
March 6 - NJASA Distinguished Service Award
March 6 - Anti-Defamation League Award
Co-sponsored by NJASA & the New York/New Jersey Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League
March 24 - New Jersey Special Education Administrator of the Year
Co-Sponsored by NJASA, NJAPSA & Frontline Education
"One Vision - Our Voice"
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.