Educators In 3 Counties To Confer In Cinnaminson

Posted: March 28, 1990

More than 400 teachers, administrators and college professors are expected to attend the spring conference of the N.J. Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (NJASCD) at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Cinnaminson High School.

Educators from Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties will discuss the most effective tools available in education.

"The workshops give teachers a chance to get new information," said Nicholas Sferraza, a member of NJASCD. "We try to figure out what's current in education and the needs of the staff."

Sferraza said that he expects teachers from a variety of interest levels, including mathematics, art, history, science and primary school teachers.

The conference will include a 45-minute registration, followed by a keynote address by Brenda Burrell, an assistant professor at Glassboro State College.

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