RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph school district leaders have been invited to join the Tri-State Consortium, a group of more than 40 school districts in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut that provides a network for high-achieving school districts.
Randolph joins other New Jersey districts as part of the consortium, including Millburn, Summit, Livingston, Ridgewood, Glen Ridge, Westfield and Cranford.
“We are proud anytime our continuing work to provide a high quality education to all of our students is recognized ,” said Superintendent David Browne. “This is great company to be in and we look forward to the opportunities provided by this consortium.
Created more than two decades ago as a forum for high-achieving school districts, the consortium is hosting the spring Membership Conference on Tuesday, May 27 at the Stamford campus of the University of Connecticut.
The consortium “assists its member districts in using quantitative and qualitative data to enhance student performance and to build a rigorous framework for planning, assessment and systemic change,” according to the group’s website.
The keynote speaker for the conference is Gisele Martin-Kniep, a nationally known educator with expertise in performance-based assessment, integrating the Common Core Standards and structuring evaluation systems.