Jersey City Public Schools, the state’s second largest district which educates over 30,000 students, is claiming poverty: It has a projected 2021-2022 budget shortfall of
A month ago, as Amanda Gorman shared her beautiful prose during President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration, students at KIPP Rise Academy
Recently I published a piece about Camden Union President Keith Benson’s and Camden Superintendent Katrina McCombs’ meeting with New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner Angelica
Is the Captain of Asbury Park Schools Abandoning the Ship? Rumors of Sancha Gray’s Departure and Why You Should Care
According to inside sources who will remain anonymous, Asbury Park Superintendent Sancha Gray is on the verge of leaving her position, which she has held
Mark Weber may have anticipated feeling a trifle abashed after this week’s publication of a data-driven apolitical analysis he wrote for the Fordham Institute. In
The Fordham Institute issued today a report called “Robbers or Victims? Charter Schools and District Finances.” This data analysis of 21 states (including New Jersey)
COMMENTARY: Does Camden’s Teachers Union President Have the NJ Education Department in His Back Pocket?
This is part of an email Camden Education Association President Keith Benson sent late last week to his members (or possibly just CEA leaders). Here,
It appears that the principal of Newark’s Central High School, Dr. Sharnee Brown, is taking lessons from former New Jersey Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet. For
Over the last two years I’ve documented the power New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) wields over the Murphy Administration and his Department of Education (DOE).
What’s not to like about Montclair, New Jersey? Niche rates it “A+” for quality of life, Caldwell Banker calls it the “top destination for city