Television and Radio
News 12 New Jersey (click)- Scott discusses the importance of improving kids' mental health in light of recent school shootings.
News 12 New Jersey (click)- Snow closings aren't easy! Scott shares the plight of the superintendent in the age of global warming.
Rutgers University Community School Partnership (click)- Highland Park Schools and the Rutgers University unique partnership is featured in this video.
Highland Park Television (click)- Scott discusses the way the school district is promoting educational equity in this local television program.
NJTV (click)- The Highland Park School District's groundbreaking gender identity protection policy is featured in this news broadcast.
Neighborhood Journal (click)- Scott talks about the nationally recognized Academy of Allied Health and Science in this special report.
NPR's The Takeaway (click)- National Public Radio interviews Scott about leading the first school district in the country (Kenilworth Public Schools) to use the mobile application "StopIt."
DisruptED TV (click)- Panel discussion of education and security professionals Scott joined during which he discussed the importance of students' feeling of connectedness to their school.
Academy for Social-Emotional Learning in Schools (click)- Overview of the international certification program co-created by Scott, Maurice Elias, and others.
Rutgers Graduate School of Education- Celebrating 95 Years of Advancing Excellence & Equity (click)- Scott talks about his experience as a graduate and teacher at the Rutgers school of education.
Print MediaDistrict Administration Magazine (click)- How administrators can sift through the noise to find their voice on Twitter and refine their personal learning network.
Scholastic Administrator Magazine (click)- What are Your Favorites?
Star Ledger (click)- Highland Park Passes School Transgender Rights Policy
Asbury Park Press (click)- School Scene
The New Republic (click)- Can This Smartphone App Stop Cyberbullying?
My Central Jersey- The Home News (click)- Central Jersey Students Participate in National School Walkout