Due to COVID-19 concerns the Mid-Atlantic Assessment Conference at Rutgers University has been canceled. We understand the inconvenience this may cause however it is our goal to ensure the health and safety of all our participants.

At this time we are considering rescheduling the event at a later date and will provide updates on our progress as soon as possible.

In the meantime you are welcome to receive a full refund until next Monday, March 16th. To request a refund  go to Tickets in your Evenbrite account, find your order, then select “Request a Refund.” Our organizer should respond within 1 week (2 business days if you paid using PayPal) and when issued, refunds can take up to 5 business days to show on your account (7 business days outside the U.S.). If you have any issues please email midatlanticassessment@gmail.com so we can assist.

Once again, we apologize for this inconvenience and we look forward to working with you on a future event.

If you have any questions please contact midatlanticassessment@gmail.com

 
 

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The NJACTE (New Jersey Association of Colleges for Teacher Education) is made up of 24 public and private institutions of higher education who prepare students to be teachers and school leaders for the 21st century. The NJACTE serves as an advocate for educators, and develops policy that impacts on the quality of education from preschool to post graduate level. The overarching goal of NJACTE is to ensure that those involved in the educational decision making process on issues in New Jersey hear the voice our members.

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NJACTE is seeking institutions willing to host Professional Development topics (DeepDive, Academic Language, Candidate Support or Local Evaluation Training) for Academic Year 2018-19. Thanks to Caldwell, Felician, Jersey City, Monmouth, Montclair, Ramapo, Rowan, Rutgers New Brunswick, Seton Hall, Stockton, The College of New Jersey, and William Paterson for the workshops thus far.

 

If you are interested in hosting a future NJ-edTPA training session on your campus, please visit the Events page.

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NJACTE Commitment to Social Justice

We wish to express our sincere regret and dismay at the brutal killing of George Floyd, as well

as other Black Americans, including Rayshard Brooks, Maurice Gordon, Breonna Taylor, and
Ahmaud Arbery. These deaths are the latest in a long history of violence perpetrated against
African-Americans in this country.

The members of the New Jersey Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (NJACTE) offer

our deepest condolences to Black Americans, who sadly are all too familiar with the grief, the
despair, and the bitterness that have accompanied our long history of structural racism in the
United States.

Unfortunately, structural racism is not limited to the justice system; our educational system

demonstrates these disparities as well. In our schools, Black Children receive less government
funding than White Children and are more likely to be suspended, placed in remedial classes, or
arrested.

New Jersey is sixth in segregated schools nationally, despite having the most diverse population

in the country. Further, there is a significant shortage of Black Teachers, even though research
has demonstrated increased achievement when students are exposed to teachers of their race,
ethnicity, and gender. In fact, all students benefit from a diversified teacher workforce.

This is not a new issue, and these are not new questions. NJACTE has attempted to grapple with

the issues of systemic racism and injustice recently. In the past 24 months, our efforts have
included a commitment to diversifying the teacher workforce and organizing an annual
statewide conference with the New Jersey Department of Education to initiate conversations
around these critical issues (“Leadership for Diversity” conference and the annual “Convening
for Diversifying the Teaching Force”).

But clearly, more work needs to be done. The membership of the NJACTE joins with its national

organization the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)
to recommit themselves to ensure justice for all children, to break down the walls of
segregation, and to diversify the teacher workforce.

We stand in solidarity with Black Americans in support of a more just society, one that offers

equal opportunities for all.

To innovate change means we will continue to engage in necessary, and sometimes

uncomfortable, conversations around equity and inclusion issues. Most importantly, we
will work toward fulfilling our commitments. Our work together will require significant
changes in our own behavior as we strive to restore social justice, to heal, and to create lasting
institutional changes.