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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Governor Christie's Reorganization of the NJ State Department of Education

Department of Education Adopts New Organization Structure
Signaling Focus on Comprehensive Reform

NEW JERSEY STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
The New Jersey State Board of Education has 13 members who are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the New Jersey State Senate. These members serve without compensation for six-year terms. By law, at least three members of the State Board must be women, and no two members may be appointed from the same county

New Jersey State Board of Education Agenda

Office of the Commissioner, Acting Commissioner Cerf
The Commissioner of Education is the chief executive school officer of New Jersey and supervises all public schools. The Commissioner also has the following responsibilities:
http://www.state.nj.us/education/genfo/overview/commiss.htm
  • serves as secretary to the State Board of Education;
  • develops code proposals for state board discussion and consideration;
  • apportions state aid to local districts;
  • administers regulations for classifying students with disabilities;
  • ensures that local districts adhere to all legal and state board requirements relating to school district operation; and conducts statewide tests.
NJ Department of Education Organization Strategy
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