At long last, New Jersey has enacted its first COVID-19 budget. In order for it to be “balanced,” the state will have to borrow $4.5 billion.
The COVID Pandemic Has Not Changed Some Things: More Shoddy Research From Jersey Jazzman and NJ Policy Perspective
Mark Weber, Ph.D. (a.k.a., Jersey Jazzman), has published an op-ed in NJSpotlight (based on a report he did for New Jersey Policy Perspective [NJPP]) that purports to
The Star-Ledger reports that NJ’s pension investments earned 1.2% for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020. This is far below the 7.5% assumed return and given that NJ
The NJEA’s investments are paying off. New Jersey’s most powerful special interest has had a great recent run with Governor Murphy. As is well
Sunlight Policy Center of New Jersey received a copy of a letter sent by a NJEA county association president to the superintendents in the county.
This was originally published at the Sunlight Policy Center of NJ. New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) has published a report, “School Funding in New Jersey: