NJSBA held its first ever Virtual Spring Education Symposium May 12 and 13, welcoming more than 240 members of New Jersey school district teams to a program offering training on the latest developments in education.

The conference took place completely virtually, giving attendees the opportunity to network and interact with 40 sessions running concurrently over eight tracks.

The agenda for the two-day event gives an idea of the scope of the content covered.

“The NJSBA Spring Education Symposium successfully brought New Jersey educators virtually together to discuss the latest issues and explore new solutions to the complex challenges they are facing this year and beyond,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA’s executive director.

Participants have the opportunity to view all sessions and access information on-demand for up to 30 days after the event.