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New Jersey Residents Overwhelmingly Support the New Health and Sexual Education Standards—But Not For Elementary School Students

As New Jersey’s new health and sexual education standards take effect, large majorities of Garden State residents are in favor of such content being taught

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Want to Stem the Teacher Shortage? Start Trusting Our Great Educators

Michael Gottesman is a retired New Jersey attorney and the founder of the “New Jersey Coalition for Protection of Public Education,” a non-partisan organization designed

Newark News Opinion

MATRISCIANO: Newark Public Schools Has a Great Strategic Plan That Won’t Work— Unless We Make These Five Changes

Vince Matrisciano is a Project Management Engineer who worked for the Department of Defense for over 30 years, managing complex projects, large groups of people,

Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful? News NJ DOE State

NJEA Goes KGB On The New Sex Education Standards and Grooms Its Own Candidates

Twitter is no fair representative of public sentiment but my feed is suddenly clogged by New Jersey residents appalled by news that the New Jersey

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NJ Assembly Acts To Keep Kids From Turning Into Adults Who Use Nyquil to Marinate Their Chicken

In other legislative education news on this busy Thursday, the New Jersey Assembly Education Committee released a bill (full text below) that adds “information literacy”

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NJ Assembly Will Try to Pass ‘Community Schools’ Bill With Wraparound Services

Today the New Jersey Assembly released a bill, NJ A1168, which would create a five-year pilot program of “community schools.” These schools provide not only

COVID-19 Newark

JAMES: The New Pandemic In Newark!

We have more than one pandemic in Newark. As if COVID’s not enough, we have an escalating disease of car-jacking, car theft, and violence, particularly

Asbury Park News

Asbury Park School Board President Issues a Fat ‘F**k Yourself’ As Staff Members Flee or Face the Axe

What is that image below? It’s a Facebook post from Carritta Cook, the President of the Asbury Park Board of Education. As such, it’s not

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Sen. Pennacchio Blasts Murphy’s Department of Education For Escalating Threats About Sex Ed Standards

Senator Joe Pennacchio blasted the Murphy administration’s escalating threats to school districts that refuse to implement controversial new sex education standards imposed by the State

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The Source of Learning Loss Is a Rigid, Inequitable System That Puts Adults First; Next Steps

The Center for Reinventing Education (CRPE) is the go-to resource for K-12 education since the onset of the pandemic, collecting data and issuing analyses on

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Want to Stem the Teacher Shortage? Start Trusting Our Great Educators

Michael Gottesman is a retired New Jersey attorney and the founder of the “New Jersey Coalition for Protection of Public Education,” a non-partisan organization designed

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New Jersey Residents Overwhelmingly Support the New Health and Sexual Education Standards—But Not For Elementary School Students

As New Jersey’s new health and sexual education standards take effect, large majorities of Garden State residents are in favor of such content being taught

NJ DOE State

NJ Ed Department Says It’s Serious About Punishing Districts That Don’t Adhere to New Sex Ed Standards

Back in July, the New Jersey Department of Education announced that school districts that don’t adhere to the new Sexual Health and Physical Education learning

Newark News Opinion

MATRISCIANO: Newark Public Schools Has a Great Strategic Plan That Won’t Work— Unless We Make These Five Changes

Vince Matrisciano is a Project Management Engineer who worked for the Department of Defense for over 30 years, managing complex projects, large groups of people,

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Half of NJ School Districts Will See 15% Healthcare Premium Hikes—Which Will Be Paid For By Taxpayers and Kids

Yesterday New Jersey’s School Employees’ Health Benefits Commission voted 5-1 to increase rates about 15% for the 2023 calendar year for those enrolled in the

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Young Boy With Down Syndrome Abused by School District, Parents Claim

Two years ago a young boy, who has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome, epilepsy, asthma, post-traumatic stress disorder, hearing loss and several other serious medical

News State

JerseyCAN Launches NJ Teacher Leader Policy and Parent Champion Fellowships

As Students Head Back to School, Parents and Teachers are Gearing Up for Another Year of Strong Advocacy In an effort to mobilize, empower, and

Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful? News NJ DOE State

NJEA Goes KGB On The New Sex Education Standards and Grooms Its Own Candidates

Twitter is no fair representative of public sentiment but my feed is suddenly clogged by New Jersey residents appalled by news that the New Jersey

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Ocean City Parent: We Embrace LGBTQ Students But Not Our ‘Hyper-Sexualized’ Schools

Editor’s Note: On Friday NJ Education Report published a petition that calls for Ocean City Public Schools to embrace the LGBTQ community, charging that those

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GOODMAN: With College Tuition Sky-High and Teachers Scarce, We Need To Change the Way Schools Are Accredited

Robert Goodman is the Executive Director of the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning and a former NJ Teacher of the Year. This first

Lakewood News

Lakewood Macher Sends Out Email Defending Private Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Schools In Backlash To New York Times

On Sunday the New York Times published an article called, “In Hasidic Enclaves, Failing Private Schools Flush With Public Money.” The gist of the story

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Ocean City Advocates Come Together To Rally, ‘Queer Kids Belong Here!’

This is a petition, currently with more than 4,000 signatures, that calls upon Ocean City Public Schools to welcome LGBTQ+ students, especially in light of

Paterson

Citing Local Teacher Shortage, Paterson Will Get $7,500 Signing Bonuses to New Hires

Due to a teaching shortage of 135 teachers n New Jersey’s fourth largest school district—ten more than there were on September 1st- Wednesday evening the

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NJER-TV VIDEO: JerseyCAN’s Paula White Explains Why We Can’t Settle For ‘Feel-Good Decisions’ Amid a Learning Crisis

Today NJER-TV presents the second of a two-part video series where NJ Education Report Editor Laura Waters interviews JerseyCAN Executive Director Paula White. In the

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