Webinars

NJCSA brings valuable training and information right to your desktop through its series of online webinars--which are always free to members. Recent webinars have included topics such as charter school funding, special education, setting up food service, and facilities development. Future plans include school data dashboards, online tools for boards of trustees, arts education programming, and lead person evaluation. We also welcome your requests for particular topics of interest to you and your colleagues

Recent webinars include:
  • Effectively Managing Your School Meal Program
  • Student Placement: Why the Right Support Matters
  • Charter School Funding
  • Preparing for Charter School Renewal
  • Best Practices in Student Recruiting
Recordings of these webinars are available to members. Members receive regular notices of scheduled webinars; you can also check our online calendar, as well as this page, for upcoming sessions. 
Webinar: College Board 101
Please join us on March 5, 2019, at 11 am, for “College Board 101: Using College Board Assessment Results to Impact Teaching and Learning,” a free webinar on the use of assessment data derived from the PSAT, SAT, and AP assessments. The webinar will be presented by senior members of the College Board team.
 
The College Board (collegeboard.org) is the organization behind the PSAT, SAT, and Advanced Placement (AP) program used in district and charter schools throughout the United States. While many schools utilize these programs, to what extent are schools taking full advantage of the resulting data to benefit their students?
 
This webinar will provide insights into how schools can see greater impacts on student learning and achievement through the use of these ubiquitous assessments. 
 
Presenter Alan Bernstein is the Senior Director, State and District Partnerships for the College Board. Presenter Jacqueline  Piazza is Director, K12 Services, for the College Board’s Middle States Regional Office.
 
You can register for this free webinar online at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7987227794298779906.
 
This webinar is provided as a benefit of your NJCSA membership.