The New Jersey School Boards Association focused on recommendations for improving student achievement during a May 30 conference, “Student Achievement through Different Lenses.” The conference, which was attended by about 60 people, took place at Mercer County Community College.

Dr. Lawrence Feinsod, executive director of NJSBA, discusses the newly-released report of the NJSBA Task Force on Student Achievement. The report includes research and resources on the school board’s role in advancing teaching and learning, the impact of poverty, and the importance of early childhood education and social-emotional learning. Included are 83 recommendations for action.
Dr. Lawrence Feinsod, executive director of NJSBA, discusses the newly-released report of the NJSBA Task Force on Student Achievement. The report includes research and resources on the school board’s role in advancing teaching and learning, the impact of poverty, and the importance of early childhood education and social-emotional learning. Included are 83 recommendations for action.
Dr. Maurice Elias, who is director of both the Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab, and the Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service, discusses the important role that social-emotional learning plays in student achievement.
Dr. Maurice Elias, who is director of both the Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab, and the Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service, discusses the important role that social-emotional learning plays in student achievement.
The importance of early childhood education as a factor in student achievement was highlighted by Dr. Ellen Frede, co-director of the National Institute for Early Education Research.
The importance of early childhood education as a factor in student achievement was highlighted by Dr. Ellen Frede, co-director of the National Institute for Early Education Research.
Skip to toolbar