NJEA’s member dues are the highest in the nation – by a long shot. For the 2020-21 school year, EIA reports that NJ teachers paid
LILLEY: Gov. Murphy Takes Care of His NJEA Pals Over Kids in Poor School Districts. Where Is Mark Weber and NJPP?
NJ Ed Report published an excellent report yesterday about how the NJEA’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is sending unqualified teachers to teach in high-poverty
LILLEY: Flawed Research from Jersey Jazzman and NJ Policy Perspective Aligns With NJ Teachers Union’s Agenda
Once again, more flawed research was just published by New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) and Mark Weber, Ph.D., (a.k.a Jersey Jazzman). Why is it flawed?
I could not have said it better. Supporting the NJEA’s early endorsement of Gov. Murphy, NJEA Vice President-elect Steve Beatty said: “There is no governor
In an excellent piece of investigative journalism by Patrick Wall of Chalkbeat, “The pandemic set back student learning. Newark kept the data under wraps,” published in NJ
Remote learning during the pandemic has indeed taken its toll on NJ students. The New Jersey Globe reported that based on interim tests 37% of NJ students
LILLEY: Murphy’s Super PAC Is a Subsidiary of the Teachers Union, With NJEA Providing 92% of Its Funding
Politico’s Matt Friedman reported in his New Jersey Playbook that NJEA-funded Super PAC New Direction New Jersey(NDNJ) has spent nearly $13.2 million over the past
Newark Teachers’ Union head John Abeigon issued a response to Sunlight’s billboard, one of several around the state that blames the NTU and the NJEA for keeping
A new report by the Brookings Institution made some news because of its rather optimistic take on the fate of America’s public pensions. Brookings is perhaps the
LILLEY: Montclair Families Deserve Better Than a Mayor Who Cedes Control of Schools to a Political Machine
Fired Montclair Board of Education (BOE) member Sergio Gonzalez is angry. As he says in his published letter, he is “angry at being removed from the