Special Education/Gifted & Talented

NJ Department of Education Resources

This is a comprehensive site for implementing special education programs in New Jersey.

NJEA Resources 


Partner Organizations

Autism New Jersey is a nonprofit agency providing information and advocacy, services, family and professional education, and consultation.

New Jersey Positive Behavior Support in Schools (NJPBSIS) is a partnership between the New Jersey State Department of Education, Office of Special Education Program, State Improvement Grant and the Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Pediatrics Department at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. 
The mission of the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists  (NJASP) is to advocate for all children to realize their potential; and to promote school psychological services for children and their families. 
The aim of the Association of Learning Consultants (ALC) reflects a deep commitment to the profession of the Learning Disabilities Teacher Consulant (LDTC) as an educational leader in the state of New Jersey. 
The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers is a diverse membership organization that promotes, develops, and strengthens the professional practice of social work and social workers. 

The New Jersey Association of Speech Language Specialists (NJASLS) was formed in February 2000 to advocate for over 2,000 Speech Language Specialists that work in New Jersey and became an affiliate group of NJEA.

The New Jersey Association for Gifted Children  (NJAGC) promotes excellence and leadership in gifted education through appropriate programs, resource networks and community advocacy.

The New Jersey Speech-Language Hearing Association is a non-profit professional association whose members are Master and Doctoral level-educated professionals working in the fields of speech pathology and audiology.

The Tourette Syndrome Assoction of NJ (TSANJ) is a chapter of the national Tourette Syndrome Association.  TSANJ is a non-profit organization whose membership includes individuals with Tourette Syndrome, their families and friends, and interested professionals.