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1st Steps to Green provides a starting point for energy conservation including: Low-cost/no-cost energy conservation strategies and solutions guaranteed to save you money; No cost to the district. We get paid from the money we save you!; Professional development for facilities staff and educators.
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, CAP’s Bullying Prevention Program, Cyber Empowerment (CAP)..
New Jersey Child Assault Prevention is a statewide network of local projects with over 200 facilitators available to train in your school and community.
Great service, with quick turnaround for all your copy needs.
Technology training for educators.
The NJ First Steps Infant Toddler Initiative, funded by the NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development assists educators of very young children in providing the very best care for infants and toddlers.
G&T programs include SITE (Student Inventions Through Education (Grades K thru 12), ROGATE (Resources Offered for Gifted and Talented Education), The Green Challenge (Grades K thru 12), Marsville (Grades 5 and 6), IPLE Mini Model Congress ( Grades 6 thru 8 ) and Careers in Aviation Summer Academy (Grades 6 thru 12)
Projects include: Monarch Teacher Network, Voices from the Land, Hands Across the Water, New Jersey Teachers for Biodiversity, Sustainable Earth and One World One Future.
Grant finder service, grant writing services and evaluation.
Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) award recognizes the highest performing green schools and districts in the nation. The recognition award honors exemplary achievement in reducing environmental impact and costs; improving health and wellness; and providing effective environmental and sustainability education. The program also serves as a clearinghouse of resources that help to advance these complementary aims.
GSLI is a collaborative forum for teacher leaders, administrators, school board members, and other staff members to develop pathways for greening their school facilities and curriculum.
The Information Technology Training Center (ITTC) is a state of the art facility based off of a computer based classroom setting, with high-end computers, layer 3 switches at each station, mock up server environments, virtual lab software’s and interactive projector.
The training center of CAP Projects worldwide.
LRC-South offers an array of services to educators and parents having responsibility for students with disabilities ages preschool to 21.
From the first incision to the last suture, your students can witness the excitement and drama of science in action. Through real-time, interactive videoconferencing with a hospital surgical suite, your students will have a front-row seat and conversation with the surgical team as it happens!
MVP is a state sponsored program that works to empower teens and young adults through its employment, health, social, and recreational services. All services are provided at the school under the management of the Educational Information and Resource Center (EIRC) in partnership with the Center for Family Guidance, PC. and Willingboro High School.
Through McREL’s (Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning) leading-edge research on school, leader and teacher impact on student achievement, the Educational Information and Resource Center (EIRC) is advancing a new science of school leadership workshops focusing on: Teacher Evaluation, Principal Evaluation, Classroom Instruction That Works (CITW) and Power Walkthrough.
The Monarch Teacher Network (MTN) is a growing network of teachers and other people who use monarch butterflies to teach a variety of concepts and skills, including our growing connection with other nations and the need to be responsible stewards of the environment
Home of the New Jersey Alliance for Social-Emotional and Character Development.
A regional network of school districts in New Jersey committed to actively reducing the gaps in achievement and school engagement among disaggregated populations, African American, Latino/Latina, gender issues and special needs students.
The NJ Sustainable Schools Consortium (NJSSC) is a Green Initiative out of the EIRC. It’s goal is to educate key stakeholders on the best sustainable practices, technologies, and green curriculum that will help lower the operational costs of schools, create healthier learning environments, and promote student academic achievement. The Consortium provides customized Sustainability Solutions to K-12 districts.
Workshop schedule, presenter bios and online courses from EIRC.
A new School Bus Advertising Program offered as a fundraiser to all current consortia members and potential EIRC consortia members
We can help you find interim or part time administrative staff, perform child study team evaluations and provide curriculum development and supervision services.
The Southern Regional Child Care Resource Center, EIRC supports young children and their families, early care professionals, community and quality learning.
EIRC Strategic Planning Service was designed specifically for schools and other public organizations.
TCPN competitively bids and awards contracts for commonly purchased products and services. Utilizing a TCPN contract means you deal directly with the vendor as you would normally, using the TCPN contract as your own.
Mandated teacher evaluations can become an overwhelming task for some districts. EIRC, in conjunction iwth the NJ Association of School Administrators, can help by providing evaluations for all or part of your teaching staff, conducted by qualified or trained school administrators.
Our IT department can assist you with hardware and software installation, provide network evaluations, video conferencing and SmartBoard installation,PC repair and email archiving. EIRC is an approved authorized partner for many vendors, so contact us today!