Scott Feder

Scott Feder has had a long and distinguished career as an educational leader in the State of New Jersey for the past 26 years. Interestingly enough, his career began in South Brunswick as part of the inaugural teaching class when Indian Fields Elementary School opened in 1992. From there, Feder moved to the Monmouth Junction Elementary School where he served as the assistant principal. Shortly thereafter, the district transitioned to an upper elementary school model and Feder served as the assistant principal when that school opened its doors in 1997as UES. His career continued with 11 years as a school principal in West Orange and West Windsor-Plainsboro followed by the last eight years as superintendent in both the Rumson School District and most recently in Millstone Township.

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Collecting evidence to share impact of professional learning: Districts share their stories

By Chad Sutton, Godfrey Rangasammy, Sara Monaco and Scott Feder | February 19, 2020

Professional learning is the key to increased student outcomes. As school districts design professional learning, it is critical to consider the specific challenge you are working to address, the professional learning interventions you will employ, and to carefully plan for how you will measure the impact of those interventions so as to know whether to […]