The New Jersey School Boards Association will host the second annual Spring Education Symposium from Tuesday, April 26 to Wednesday, April 27.
The virtual two-day event will feature more than 40 training sessions covering meaningful subjects school officials have requested, including forming better community relations, exploring future education innovations, and reexamining school ethics.
The Spring Education Symposium is consistent with NJSBA’s mission to provide New Jersey school officials with leadership training and the first large-scale training event leading up to the annual Workshop conference, slated for the Atlantic City Convention Center this October.
Other training topics include:
- Public relations.
- School law.
- Professional development/educational initiatives available in local communities.
- School district technology.
- Sustainability/STEAM opportunities.
- Professional development for staff.
On-demand programming and networking Spring Education Symposium registrants will have access to the conference for 30 days following the live event, including networking opportunities for board members, superintendents, business administrators, IT directors, facilities managers, curriculum directors, charter school trustees, and other school leaders.
Registration for the programs is available online but may only be handled by the school business administrator.
Cost Special group rate pricing (three members) is $300. Individual member price is $150 per person.
The registration deadline is Monday, April 25.