• 2021 Viewpoints Published

    We hope you enjoy the 2021 issue of Educational Viewpoints, NJPSA's annual scholarly journal of articles written by our members on the most important and timely educational topics. Thank you to all of the writers and peer reviewers.

    2021 Viewpoints Published

    On October 15, 2021, we will once again host a free, half-day virtual conference on Zoom with the theme of RENEW! REIMAGINE! REBUILD! Highlights of this event will include a keynote address by Robyn Jackson. We will also honor our Visionary Award Winners.

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  • Strengthen Your Diversity and Equity Practices and Policies

    NJPSA/FEA is proud to partner with Dr. Robin Daniels of InFlight, LLC to offer your district a comprehensive Cultural Diversity Audit, a powerful assessment tool that enables district or school administrators to uncover stakeholders’ perceptions and skills regarding cultural diversity issues.

    Strengthen Your Diversity and Equity Practices and Policies
  • NJPSA's Legal Team Answers Your Questions

    The NJPSA Legal Team of Robert Schwartz, Esq., John Farinella, Esq., and LEGAL ONE Consultant John Worthington, Esq. have provided this guidance for NJPSA members on the effects of the new marijuana law and the steps that school administrators should and are allowed to take.

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    NJPSA's Legal Team Answers Your Questions
  • Foster Systemic Change, Promote Sustainable Growth, and Accelerate Student Learning

    FEA provides professional learning (synchronous and asynchronous) and coaching to support leadership teams, professional learning communities, and individual educators. ESSER Funds can be used to provide your school or district with sustainable training through a multitude of opportunities that will extend its impact beyond ESSER II

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    Foster Systemic Change, Promote Sustainable Growth, and  Accelerate Student Learning
  • FEA Catalog of Events Is Now Available

    Live online and self-paced courses to get you ready to move forward in the fall. All sessions are listed chronologically as well as in categories of learning to help you find the professional learning you are looking for. In-district programs are also available on any topic. Call us for details.

    FEA Catalog of Events Is Now Available
  • Congratulations to Karen Bingert

    In announcing NJPSA's selection of Karen Bingert, principal of Hillsborough High School, as its new executive director, effective July 1, Pat Wright wrote the letter posted below to all members.

    Congratulations to Karen Bingert
  • New Episodes Every Monday

    David Nash, Esq. and the LEGAL ONE team will present a new podcast every week on emerging school law issues and Court cases. Now available, Season 2, Reopening and the Law: Episode 1: Addressing Employee Vaccination, Access to Health Information and Other Emerging HR Issues. Search for LEGAL ONE on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or Spotify.

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    New Episodes Every Monday
  • Four New Online Courses Just Added!

    A suite of self-paced, easy-to-access, content-rich online professional learning courses for educators. New courses focus on assessment literacy, designing learning experiences, implementing PSEL through an equity lens, and leadership essentials that support co-teaching.

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    Four New Online Courses Just Added!
  • 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

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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.

Free Professional Learning Opportunities

FEA and NJPSA offer free online workshops, members-only events, School Law Podcasts and webinar recordings on YouTube.