NJPSA Representing at National Principals Conference
Check out our Flickr feed with pictures from the National Principals Conference in PhiladelphiaPhotos
Ed Leaders Photo Gallery
The annual Educational Leaders as Scholars Summer Institute, Using Arts Integration to Enhance New Jersey's Student Learning Standards, is taking place this week in Princeton. Check out the photos below.photos
NJLA Series 4 is All New!
Using the PSEL Standards to Enhance School and District Leadership Capacity Through Quality Professional Learning. Register now for NJLA Cohorts in North, Central, or South Jersey.Learn more and register
Educational Viewpoints is Now Available Online
NJPSA's scholarly journal is currently being printed and will be mailed to all members this month. In the meantime, please click below and enjoy the flip-book version.Read Viewpoints
Register for the Fall Conference
This year's conference features keynote speakers Paul Tough, Pedro Noguera, and Angela Duckworth (via Skype). Free hotel rooms still available for Premier Active Members. Don't miss out. Register today!Conference Info and registration
Summer Learning at FEA
Summer presents a great opportunity to take advantage of the professional learning workshops at FEA that you have been wanting to attend if only you could get out of the building.View the PDF
Want to go to an FEA workshop but can't find the time to be away from your school?
FEA In-District Programs might just be your answer. Choose from nearly 50 "ready-to-go" programs conducted by FEA experts in the field or we can design a specific program just for you. It's easy. It's convenient. It's affordable. Train your whole team and reap the benefits of learning and growing together. Contact Jay Doolan at 609-860-1200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda Walko at email@example.com.More information on FEA In-Districts
Stand Up Say No to Bullying
Based on the award-winning movie "Contest," this new curriculum uses clips from the movie, the voices of actors and real students, and engaging classroom activities, to send a powerful message -- bystanders need to embrace their power as "Upstanders."Free preview and register Learn more