The Education Specialist provides school district with technical assistance in the following areas:
- Keeps informed as to the management, methods of instruction and discipline and the courses of study and textbooks in use, the condition of the school libraries, and the condition of the real and personal property, particularly in respect to the construction, heating, ventilation and lighting of school buildings, in the local district, and make recommendation in connection therewith.
- Every three years, through the NJQSAC, the county office staff conducts an in-depth, on-site monitoring of each school district to determine whether they are meeting state standards for certification. They are also observing to ensure that the schools are operating in accordance with state education law and regulation.
- Annual test results are examined to determine whether schools and districts are meeting state testing standards and adequate yearly progress.
- Review and process a variety of grants for accuracy and compliance. These grants provide essential funding for programs that are operated by the local school districts.
The monthly meeting of county curriculum supervisors will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. & conclude between 11:00a.m and 12:00p.m. depending upon the presentation. For more information please contact Nancy Seddon, Director of Curriulum in Haddon Heights, at 856-541-1412 ext 1202 firstname.lastname@example.org
Place: Voorhees School District Administration Bldg., Rte. 73 South, Voorhees
The purpose of this professional development organization by and for teachers is “To direct the activities of a learning community of educators striving to improve educational achievement through communication and learning.”
Membership in the Academy is free to any teacher. There are many resources available on the Academy’s website: http://southjerseyacademy.com/
The Academy’s activities are sponsored by NJEA and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.
Meeting Dates: TBA
Each year on election day, the Curriculum Consortium sponsors a countywide in-service for special area teachers and educational support personnel. For the 11-12 school year, the in-service will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011. Workshops and presentations are held at various school districts around the county. There are usually workshops for media specialists, nurses, guidance counselors, teachers of the visual and performing arts, world languages, technology, career education, physical education/health. Teachers and support personnel who attend are given professional development credit for their participation. For additional information and a list of the course offerings, please contact the county office.