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Asbury Park Teachers Speak Out: ‘I Would Send My Child Here Over My Dead Body’

Last Friday, in response to pleas from its membership, the leaders of the Asbury Park Education Association released the results of a Climate Survey filled

Opinion

COVID-19 Opinion

BIDWAI: It’s Time to Embrace Virtual Schooling and Return Power to Parents

Makarand Bidwai is a New Jersey parent who lives in the Princeton area. He has previously protested Gov. Murphy’s mandate that all students must participate

Opinion State

STATEAIDGUY: How New Jersey’s ‘Quasimander’ Skews Against Republican Candidates

In the last twenty years the United States has seen its constitutional democratic deficits go from being latent problems that most Americans disregarded to being

Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful? Montclair News

Montclair Voters Fire Teacher Union President Sean Spiller as School District Overseer

Last week Montclair voters passed a referendum on the ballot that changes the school district’s odd status as a Type 1 district, where the mayor

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Camden COVID-19 News

Camden’s Accelerating Inclusion Institute Brings Together Special Education Leaders Across District, Charter, and Renaissance Schools

Last week the Center for Learner Equity launched the Accelerating Inclusion Institute, an 8-session series for Camden educators to develop capacity, share best practices, and

Opinion State

STATEAIDGUY: How New Jersey’s ‘Quasimander’ Skews Against Republican Candidates

In the last twenty years the United States has seen its constitutional democratic deficits go from being latent problems that most Americans disregarded to being

COVID-19

South Orange-Maplewood Families: If You’re Traveling and Your Kids Aren’t Vaccinated, Read This First

The South Orange-Maplewood School District has announced that all students traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday outside of the tri-state area plus Pennsylvania and Delaware will

COVID-19 Lakewood News

Is Lakewood Getting Squirrely with Federal Money?

Today NJ Education Report described how districts are using federal stimulus funds meant to help students catch up from 18 months of interrupted schooling. In

COVID-19 News NJ DOE State

COMMENTARY: Districts Like Newark Now Have Tons of Money. Are They Using It Right?

I live in Lawrence, New Jersey—a middle-class, diverse town, halfway between Princeton and Trenton. For years I was on the school board and was very

Asbury Park COVID-19 News

Asbury Park Teachers Speak Out: ‘I Would Send My Child Here Over My Dead Body’

Last Friday, in response to pleas from its membership, the leaders of the Asbury Park Education Association released the results of a Climate Survey filled

Newark News

Newark Magnet School Partners with Howard University

In a partnership that marks the first of its kind, Newark Public Schools by way of University High School, will collaborate with Howard University and

News

Update on Wall Township Sexual Assault

Earlier this week we reported that six high school football players at Wall Township Public Schools (Monmouth County) had attempted to sexually assault a younger

COVID-19 News

School Leader Begs Murphy For Remote Instruction Option

The blowback on Gov. Phil Murphy’s mandate against remote instruction continues. The latest example is at Hudson County Schools of Technology (HCST), where Superintendent Amy

Asbury Park News

The Real Story Behind the Asbury Park Staff Suspensions

Asbury Park Public Schools is again making headlines. At 2 am Friday* morning head football coach Nick Famularo was found partially clothed and inebriated with

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Wall Township Football Players Accused of Sexual Assault During Hazing Incident

Wall Township, which has what NJ Advance Media calls one of the state’s “premier” football programs, is in the spotlight because a group of at

Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful? Montclair News

Montclair Voters Fire Teacher Union President Sean Spiller as School District Overseer

Last week Montclair voters passed a referendum on the ballot that changes the school district’s odd status as a Type 1 district, where the mayor

Opinion

Five Tips From a First-Gen Rutgers Graduate: ‘What I Wish I Knew Before I Started College’

Christelle Louis is a first-generation graduate of Rutgers University-Newark’s Class of 2021. She is currently a Global EdTech Program Manager at Amazon Web Services.  Every

News State

New Jersey School Boards Group Reprimands National Office for Calling Angry Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’

On September 29th the National School Boards Association (NSBA) sent a letter to President Joe Biden, which it claimed was “on behalf of our state

Asbury Park News

Big News From Asbury Park That No One Covered!

A week and a half ago on October 28th, the Asbury Park School Board ended their superintendent “search” and appointed Acting Superintendent Rahawn Adams as

COVID-19

New Technology For Students With Disabilities Can Help Them Transition to In-Person Instruction

Dr. Symeon Retalis is a Professor of Learning Design Models for Technology-Enhanced Lifelong Learning Environments at the University of Piraeus, Greece. He is co-founder and

COVID-19 News

BREAKING: Murphy Teases Removal of In-School Mask Mandates

Yesterday afternoon at his coronavirus press briefing, Governor Phil Murphy announced that he was considering not renewing the in-school mask mandate when it expires on

Commentary Education on the Ballot

COMMENTARY: Murphy’s Razor-Thin Win Reveals Elitism of ‘Progressive’ School Politics

Heck, I leave for a week (to welcome my first grandbaby to the world!) and all hell breaks loose. Phil Murphy’s re-election is a squeaker,

Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful? News State

New Ad Campaign Aims to Educate NJEA Members About Their ‘Controversial’ Leaders

In a blog posted on its website this morning, the Sunlight Policy Center of New Jersey announced it was investing in a digital ad campaign

COVID-19 Newark News

Q&A: Meet the Team Behind the Local Foundation Pushing for Educational Innovation

Three years ago Kyle Rosenkrans, a first-generation college graduate, civil rights lawyer, law professor, and public policy advocate, founded the Newark-based New Jersey Children’s Foundation.*

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