In the last few weeks there has been much press coverage over San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernic’s refusal to stand for the National Anthem. What do you do if students decide to follow Kaepernic’s example? Can students who choose to sit during the National Anthem or the Pledge of Allegiance be forced to stand at attention? NJPSA Attorneys Robert Schwartz and Wayne Oppito help answer these questions and more.
Ed Leadership SIMS - Decision-Making Training for Educational Leaders
Before you have to make your next difficult decision, wouldn't it be great to see what the outcome would be? ELS is a dynamic online tool that takes several scenarios you might face, gives you options on how to handle them, and then shows you the results of each decision. Great for staff development.
Now in its third year, NJLA provides educational leaders the opportunity to learn together and participate in sustained, collaborative, and structured professional development throughout the year. Job-alike cohorts of Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Principals, Assistant Principals, Directors, and Supervisors take three core courses together and two electives to meet individual, school, or district goals.
NJPSA's scholarly journal, Educational Viewpoints, has been mailed to all NJPSA members. An electronic version of the publication is available here as a flip book, which has a search feature, zoom, hyperlinks, and more. On the table of contents, you can click on the title of the article you wish to read, and you will be taken directly to that page. Enjoy!
Now is the Time to Register for the 2016 Fall Conference
2016 NJPSA/FEA/NJASCD Fall Conference October 20 and 21. Great prizes, including Apple TV, iPad Pro, Broadway tickets to Waitress, Billy Joel Tickets, and much more! All rooms at the Ocean Place Resort have sold out, but there are still some FREE ROOMS available at other area hotels. These rooms are going quickly, so do not delay!
Do you want to go to an FEA workshop but cannot 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 simply tell us what you need, and we will 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.
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."
NJPSA will hold a series of regional membership meetings in October and November in six regions throughout the state to provide our members with the opportunity to be more involved with NJPSA and to network with colleagues. Attend to discuss the latest information on pensions, negotiations, and tenure/evaluations, while sharing your opinions and experiences with us.
October 20 and 21 at Ocean Place Resort in Long Branch Great prizes, including Apple TV, iPad Pro, Broadway tickets to Waitress, Billy Joel Tickets, and much more! All rooms at the Ocean Place Resort have sold out, but there are still some FREE ROOMS available at other area hotels. These rooms are going quickly, so do not delay!
Learn about NJ Leaders to Leaders (NJ L2L), 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 most convenient path to the certifications you need for your next career step, NJ EXCEL is a state-approved program that provides alternatives to traditional graduate coursework required for principal, supervisor and school administrator 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 PD in school law, ethics and/or governance every year.