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The New Jersey Department of Education offers an Alternative Teaching Licensure process for career changers, recent college graduates and substitute teachers who wish to launc

CESP is committed to conducting and translating research into practical solutions for schools, community organizations, government and private sector. 

Our Classroom offers academic enrichment programs for middle and high school students.

CESP develops and provides job-embedded, relevant, and evidence-based professional learning opportunities, technical assistance, and direct coaching to professionals...

Rutgers, Center for Effective School Practices Approved for a $50,000 Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

10/12/17

Dr. Cindy Blitz, Executive Director at the Center for Effective School Practices, Rutgers University (RU-CESP) and Seema Basi, M.D have been approved for a $50,000 funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to support a project on Improving the Provision of Mental... Read more

Dr. Cindy Blitz Presenting at the 2017 National Forum to Advance Rural Education

10/12/17

Dr. Cindy Blitz, Executive Director at the Center for Effective School Practices, Rutgers University will be presenting at the 2017 National Forum to Advance Rural Education Friday, October 13th in Columbus, Ohio hosted by... Read more

EDULEARN 2017 Presentation

05/10/17

Congratulations to Dr. Cindy Blitz, Executive Director at the Center for Effective School Practices, Rutgers University for being selected to present at the 2017 EDULEARN Conference to be held in Barcelona, Spain on July 3-5, 2017.

Project Based Learning 101 Workshop

03/23/17

Whether you are a teacher, instructional coach, school/district leader or other, if you have an interest in Project Based Learning (PBL) this is the workshop to get you started! Join us and the Buck Institute for Education (BIE) on May 15 – 17th for the PBL 101 Workshop.