Emmy Award-winning Classroom Close-up, NJ

Show Won 16th Emmy

Classroom Close-up NJ won its 16th Emmy from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS.  Attending the ceremonies were (from left) Rita Williams, Larry Glaser, Terry Kuhnreich, Elizabeth Elko, NJEA VP Sean Spiller and Stuart Wexler. These educators were featured in the Emmy winning show. Glaser is the Executive Director of the NJ Holocaust Commission. And the […]

Show Receives Six Nominations

Classroom Close-up NJ received six Emmy nominations from the Mid Atlantic Chapter of NATAS.  This is a record even for the 15-time Emmy winning show to receive six nominations.  The nominated shows represent typical shows that feature the dedicated professionals who work in the New Jersey public schools. Many of these stories go beyond what […]

Show Receives Four Nominations

Classroom Close-up NJ received four nominations from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS. The winners will be announced Sept. 9 at a ceremony in Hershey Park, PA. The nominations include two segments and two full shows. To view the nominated videos, click on the photos. Catagory: Education/Schools – News Single Story or Series – Autism Awareness […]

Show Wins 15th Emmy

NJEA’s television show Classroom Close-up NJ won its 15th Emmy during the 34th Annual Mid-Atlantic Gala. The show won in the Education/School – News Single story category for its coverage of the 2015 NJEA Convention. The story featured Jon Bergmann, one of the pioneers of the flipped classroom movement. Bergmann’s presentation encourages teachers to think [...]

Show Wins 14th Emmy

Classroom Close-up NJ received an Emmy from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS. This is the 14th Emmy for the NJEA production. Winning in the category Education/Schools- Program Feature/Segment 2014-15 Teacher of the Year - Mark Mautone appreciates the small successes that he sees everyday with his students at Wallace Elementary School in Hoboken. Working in special education since [...]

2014-15 New York Award: Education/Schools

NJEA’s Classroom Close-up, NJ, now in its 21st season, won its 13th Emmy Award. The winning show features the following schools:  Alan B. Shepard Elementary School in Old Bridge (Middlesex County), Haddonfield Public Schools (Camden County),  and Hooper Avenue Elementary School, Toms River (Ocean County). Number the Stars – Fifth-grade students at Alan B. Shepard […]

2013-14 Mid-Atlantic Award Education/Schools Program

The 12th Emmy was awarded for a show about NJEA’s Educational Support Professionals, a Statewide EdCamp, and programs in Haleyville-Mauricetown Elementary School, and Port Norris (Morris County) and Ft Lee School No. 1 (Bergen County).

2011 Mid-Atlantic Award Educational Program

Three Camden teachers were featured in the award-winning story involving Creative and Performing Arts High School, Morgan Village Middle School and Forest Hill Elementary, Camden – all in Camden County.

2010 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Education Program

High Tech Hall – Moodle, Google, SMART Boards, delicious, Skype, Twitter, and Wikis — these are all a part of the expanded high tech hall at the NJEA Convention. There’s so much to keep up with, but thanks to the largest educational gathering in the world, New Jersey educators have all the latest and greatest […]

2008-09 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs

The ninth Emmy was awarded for a story about an unforgettable teacher at Charles W. Lewis Middle School, Gloucester Township (Camden County).

2006-07 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Education Program

Students from Nottingham North High School, Hamilton (Mercer County) visit the Hamilton’s Grounds for Sculpture in this award-winning story.

2004-2005 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Educational Programming

It’s another New York Emmy for a story that features Dumont High School (Bergen County), Hunterdon Central High School, Flemington (Hunterdon County) and Rancocas Valley Regional High School, Mount Holly (Burlington County.

2003-04 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

The sixth Emmy was awarded for a show that featured Veterans Memorial Elementary School, Brick (Ocean County), Elizabeth Public Schools (Union County), and Northern Burlington Regional High School, Columbus (Burlington County).

2001-02 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Societal Concerns Programming

The fifth Emmy was awarded by New York and featured the following schools: Memorial Middle School, Fair Lawn (Bergen County), Haddon Township High School, Westmont (Camden County), Hillcrest School, Franklin Township (Somerset County), and Eisenhower Elementary School, Freehold Township (Monmouth County).

2001-02 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

The show won in both New York and Mid Atlantic Chapters in 2001-02. The Mid-Atlantic Emmy was for stories that featured: Mt. Laurel Middle School (Burlington County), Lounsberry Hollow Middle School, Vernon (Sussex County), and Nottingham High, Hamilton (Mercer County).

2000-01 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Societal Concerns

Classroom Close-up, NJ won it’s first New York Emmy by featuring stories in Millburn High (Essex County), Bergen County Community College (Bergen County), Byrd Elementary, Glen Rock (Bergen County), Richard L. Rice Elementary School, Marlton (Burlington County) and Brick Township Primary Learning Center (Ocean County).

1998-99 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

The very first Emmy presented for stories included Lincoln Elementary, Garwood (Union County), Haddonfield Middle School Bridgeton. (Camden County) and Woodrow Wilson High, Camden (Camden County).