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FEA and Nicholson Foundation Focusing on PreK-3 Leadership

by Dan Higgins March 8, 2019

The Foundation for Educational Administration (FEA) is proud to announce the next step in its 15-month project, funded by a grant from The Nicholson Foundation, to develop the Transforming Early Childhood Leadership Institute. The [...]

NJPSA Reacts to Gov. Murphy’s Budget Proposal

by Dan Higgins March 5, 2019

On March 5, Governor Phil Murphy delivered his annual Budget Address to a Joint Session of the State Legislature, proposing spending of $38.6 billion in Fiscal Year 2020 with an overarching goal of building [...]

A Rite of Spring – Nonrenewal of Non-tenured Staff

by Wayne Oppito February 26, 2019

By: Wayne Oppito, Esq.   New Jersey statute, N.J.S.A. 18A:27-10 reads: On or before May 15 in each year, each nontenured teaching staff member continuously employed by a board of education since the preceding [...]

 


 

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Educational Viewpoints

This peer-reviewed scholarly journal is full of educational articles on many varied subjects written by NJPSA members. All administrators will find something helpful in this publication.

 

The Main Idea

Through our partnership with The Main Idea, NJPSA is happy to provide our members with this free benefit that gives you unlimited access to the comprehensive educational information you want in the time-saving, manageable format that you need. In short, you now have access to professionally condensed summaries of the most important educational books available today.

To read these summaries, go to themainidea.net, click on Past Book Titles, and login using reading as the password:

Click on the image of each book to download the pdf.

Be sure to check back every month to see the new book summaries that have been added to The Main Idea.

 
 

NJPSA Bookshelf

Check out these awesome books written by NJPSA members Judith Brendel, Dennis Fare, James Pedersen, Brad Currie, and Spike Cook.

PARCC ELA/Literacy Assessments

Common Core: PARCC ELA/Literacy Assessments Grades 3 and 4. Created by a team of curriculum experts, these books feature step-by-step standards-aligned instruction, full-length practice tests for all question types — Interactive Reading, Literary Analysis, Narrative Writing, and Research Simulation, expert guidance for dealing with authentic texts, including tips, strategies, and graphic organizers, and easy-to-navigate lessons equip students with the research and writing skills needed to ensure success on the PARCC® ELA Assessments.

 
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