On Friday, March 9, at the Conference Center at Mercer, NJSBA will host its annual Technology Conference, featuring interactive sessions and first-hand insight on how schools and districts can advance and use technology.

The conference will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (registration begins at 8:30 a.m.) at the Conference Center at Mercer, 1200 Old Trenton Rd., West Windsor, N.J. 08550.

Sessions Include:

  • Mobility and Smart Devices
  • Threats, Trends, and Emerging Security Controls
  • Why Most Schools are NOT Fully Prepared for a Lockdown
  • The Network of Tomorrow for the School of Tomorrow
  • Cyber Security in Education
  • Assessing your School District’s Cybersecurity Risk
  • Managed Services and Support for Your K-12 Environment
  • Microsoft 365 in the Classroom
  • Driving School Safety with Technology
  • Does Your Network Make the Grade?
  • The Modern Classroom

Keynote Address The NJSBA Technology Conference will include a special keynote address given by a panel from Woodbridge Township School District. They will dive into the technology initiatives they are implementing in their schools, along with the road map on how they got there.

Special Session with Future Ready Schools – NJ This interactive program will offer a variety of sessions on how to advance technology in schools and districts. Also featured will be sessions on the popular Future Ready Schools – NJ (FRS-NJ) certification program, which helps schools plan and implement effective digital learning strategies.

Registration Information Registration may be completed online, but only by the school business administrator. A scanned copy of the purchase order must be included with the registration. The registration fee for members is $99 per person and the fee for non-members is $198. The fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch and program materials. Additional district staff may register through this link.

Who Should Attend? School board members, business administrators, superintendents, IT directors/staff, curriculum directors, content supervisors, and principals should attend. There will be sessions for everyone.

For questions regarding this program, please email Michael Kvidahl, NJSBA marketing coordinator.