Back by popular demand, the New Jersey School Boards Association will host the second annual Spring Symposium from Tuesday, April 26 to Wednesday, April 27.

“The Spring Symposium will bring New Jersey education leaders together to discuss the latest issues and explore new solutions to the complex challenges they face,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA’s executive director.

The virtual two-day event will feature roughly 40 training sessions covering meaningful subjects school officials have requested, including boosting community relations, exploring future education innovations and reexamining school ethics. All sessions will be recorded and available on-demand for 30 days. So, if you cannot attend a live session because two sessions you want to see are on at the same time, you can go back and view them at your leisure.

Training topics include:

  • Public relations.
  • School law.
  • Professional development/educational initiatives available in local communities.
  • School district technology.
  • Sustainability/STEAM opportunities.
  • Advocacy.
  • Professional development for staff.

Click on the ‘View Agenda’ link below to see the complete list of sessions. Sessions are being added weekly, so  check back frequently.

On-demand programming and networking Spring Education Symposium registrants will have access to the conference for 30 days following the live event, which also will include networking opportunities for board members, superintendents, business administrators, IT directors, facilities managers, curriculum directors, charter school trustees and other school leaders.

Registration information  School business administrators can register their teams online for $300 for up to three people. An individual rate is available for $150 per person. Ask your school business administrator to register you today!