Last week New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) released a “report” that tries to prove the state takeover of Camden Public Schools in 2013 didn’t result
COMMENTARY: Someone Needs to Tell This NJ Superintendent That Schools Are Accountable to Families, Not the Other Way Around
You probably didn’t read Sunday’s Star-Ledger op-ed by John Kellmayer called “‘Harrison Bergeron’ and How to Close the Achievement Gap.” It’s okay–you didn’t miss much.
Today Chalkbeat has a piece dissecting a current lawsuit, pressed by Education Law Center (ELC), that charges Newark’s charter sector with exacerbating segregation and seeks
Dear readers, As you may know, I’ve been working on a series that asks the question, “Is the New Jersey Education Association too strong or
Today the Education Law Center is back in court, once again fighting parents who want to have alternatives to traditional schools that, if charters, would
This piece is part of an ongoing series: Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful in New Jersey? As Lenape high school student Sasha Lapham’s experience with
COMMENTARY: My Take on Randi Weingarten’s Belief that Jewish Privilege Drives the Push to Reopen Schools
Okay, this is personal. American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten has labeled American Jews as “part of the ownership class” because (some of us?
This piece is part of an ongoing series: Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful in New Jersey? Two years ago, with some trepidation, Sasha Latham (not
This piece is part of an ongoing series: Is the Teachers Union Too Powerful in New Jersey? I grew up with a soundtrack of
It’s hard to have a discussion about public education in New Jersey without mentioning our state’s teachers union, the New Jersey Education Association. Especially for