• Gov. Phil Murphy Introduces New NJDOE Acting Commissioner

    Angelica Allen-McMillan, Morris County Superintendent and veteran New Jersey educational leader, takes the helm at the NJ Department of Education. Confirmation hearing to follow soon in the New Jersey State Senate.

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    Gov. Phil Murphy Introduces New NJDOE Acting Commissioner
  • Thank You, New Jersey Principals!

    October is National Principals Month! We are so proud of all New Jersey principals, who are working so hard to lead your schools through such challenging times. Your vision and dedication has never been more needed or more important . Thank you for all you do for your students, your staff, and your community.

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    Thank You, New Jersey Principals!
  • Watch This Webinar from the League of Women Voters

    NJ's leading educational organizations are proud to partner with the League of Women Voters of New Jersey to present the webinar: “Energizing Young Voters in Schools Across NJ.” The League shared free resources on the importance of voting and civic responsibility.

    Watch This Webinar from the League of Women Voters
  • Learn How You Can Maximize Your Professional Learning Budget and Save

    Your district can pay $5,000 up front for professional learning services throughout the year and receive 10% off coaching and in-district programs, plus member prices for all professional learning sessions. Makes Board approval much easier.

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    Learn How You Can Maximize Your Professional Learning Budget and Save
  • NJPSA Members Share Stories of Remote Learning

    As the COVID-19 pandemic closed New Jersey schools in March 2020, NJPSA members instituted emergency virtual learning with inspiring energy and passion. In this publication, you can read their stories, watch their videos, and enjoy their successes.

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    NJPSA Members Share Stories of Remote Learning
  • FEA Catalog Is Here

    Professional learning has never been more important than it is right now, and FEA is the place to go for the most comprehensive virtual sessions for educational leaders. New pricing structure for members/nonmembers. Scroll through this flipbook to find the Zoom workshop or webinar that you need. Click on the link and be taken directly to the registration page.

    FEA Catalog Is Here
  • New Telephone Menu Options

    If you call our office at (609) 860-1200, you will now be greeted by a recorded list of menu options. As you press a number, your call will be forwarded to the corresponding staff member who will be working at a remote location to help you. You can also press 0 at any time to be transferred to the receptionist.

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    New Telephone Menu Options
  • Leadership Connection is Open

    Use the Leadership Connection to communicate and share resources with your colleagues. Click on the button below, then click NJPSA Leadership Connection and continue to sign in. Then enter your email address and password.

    Leadership Connection is Open

Resources and Guidance on Coronavirus

Get the most recent guidance on Coronavirus from the NJPSA Legal team, CDC, NJDOE, USDOE, NJDOH, ArtsEd NJ, and more. We are frequently adding resources so please be sure to revisit our site for the latest information! Updated Sept. 2.

Virtual Workshop Updates, Roundtables, and Webinar Recordings

FEA, LEGAL ONE, and the NJDOE are presenting several webinars and Zoom sessions as we are only offering online learning due to COVID-19. Additionally, we have migrated all in-person professional learning to online platforms.

NJPSA/FEA Staff List

Should you need to contact NJPSA/FEA staff, please refer to this list of staff members and their email addresses.

Member Login and Leadership Connection

NJPSA members can login here to access members-only information and services, as well as the Leadership Connection, NJPSA's private social network,


NJEXCEL (Expedited Certification for Educational Leadership) is the only non-traditional, state-approved program that leads to principal, supervisor and school administrator certification. It is a convenient, time-saving, practical and relevant program that will not only make you eligible for the job you want, but will prepare you to succeed in it.


Click on the link to the PSEL page to learn how to best use the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders Reflection and Growth Tool and to access the tool online. You can also sign up for an in-district workshop, where FEA presenters come to your district and teach your team all there is to know about the tool.


Learn about NJ Leaders to Leaders (NJL2L), the sole state-approved provider for comprehensive mentoring, providing support to new school leaders in the successful completion of the state-required two-year Residency for Standard Principal Certification.


The leader in school law training for educators, LEGAL ONE provides online courses, in-person workshops, and in-district programs that administrators need to fulfill their duties and to comply with the new laws that require every school administrator to complete professional learning in school law, ethics and/or governance every year.