Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf will present his "Education State of the State" address to an audience of top school officials Thursday, at the Commissioner's Convocation hosted by the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.
Hundreds of school superintendents and other district administrators; plus state education officials, and others involved in educating the state's 1.4 million public school students, are expected to attend the event at Jackson Liberty High School in Jackson.
This is the third consecutive year that Cerf has spoken at the event.
"This is a valuable dialogue which connects the state to the districts," said association Executive Director Richard Bozza. "As chief education officers, we're able to provide feedback on what's working and what might need to be changed. Together, we can work to provide the highest quality educational system for New Jersey's students."