RAMSEY, N.J. — The New Jersey Association of School Administrators has named Ramsey Schools Supt. Matthew Murphy its "Superintendent of the Year" in North Jersey.
Murphy was one of three regional superintendents to be selected for the honor by the , the borough's website says.
Each regional winner had a minimum of five years' experience as chief education officer,a record of service within their respective county affiliates and NJASA and a distinguished record as an educator, according to the district's website.
Murphy "has demonstrated his dynamic educational leadership ability," it says.The New Jersey Principal and Supervisor’s Association honored him in 2006 as the Principal of the Year: Rewarding Visionary Leadership.He serves as the NJASA Bergen County Affiliate president; president of the Bergen County Association of School Administrators (BCASA); and is a national governing board member for the American Association of School Administrators (ASSA). Since 1999, Murphy has been an adjunct professor at Ramapo College.
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