Yesterday the New Jersey Monitor had a fine piece on the Garden State’s long struggle to integrate schools, currently the subject of a lawsuit. One
Let’s start with a history lesson: in 1882, before computers, software engineering, and artificial intelligence were even a glint in the nation’s eye, a group
ANALYSIS: Two Percent of Newark 4th-Graders Will Meet Expectations in Math. Do We Blame Covid or Newark Leaders?
Last week news broke that 98% of Newark fourth-graders are not expected to meet state expectations in math this spring. This alarming projection didn’t come
COMMENTARY: Is Biden Really Trying To ‘Yank Students Out of Schools Their Parents Chose’? So Murphy.
The Biden Administration just released new rules for applicants to the federal Charter Schools Program (CSP), which is supposed to help public charters with start-up expenses
In 2016 Brandon Jacobs, a public works and tax collector’s office employee in Wall Township, filed a lawsuit against his Monmouth County municipality documenting a
Chalkbeat’s Patrick Wall, an excellent reporter who covers Newark, has a piece today that delves into a set of segregation lawsuits currently inching their way
COMMENTARY: Hey, Pro-Murphy Anti-Charter Folk, Stop Using These Noble Kids To Push Your Corrupt Crusade
Monday’s Star-Ledger featured an op-ed by two wonderful equity warriors, Kelly Ribeiro and Jordan Victor Wallace, high school students who attend New Jersey’s selective magnet
Gov. Phil Murphy doesn’t understand why urban charter school parents are furious with him. Multiple outlets, from The Star-Ledger to the Washington Post (yours truly
Gov. Phil Murphy loves to preach about his quest for a “stronger and fairer New Jersey” but, if recent events are any indication, he’s talking
John Reitmeyer reports today on the rousing success of New Jersey’s 2 percent cap on municipal and school district tax increases, which has succeeded in