Who knew New Jersey was an educational trend-setter? Yesterday Jay Mathews at the Washington Post described how pandemic accommodations that eased school district attendance and
Anticipating a possible COVID vaccine mandate for school students from the Murphy Administration, Senator Kristin Corrado has introduced legislation that would prohibit the requirement for
New Jersey residents may be surprised by the news, released Monday, that on the highly-regarded tests called the National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP), students
In One Hour, JerseyCAN’s Director Will School State Assembly On What Our Kids Need To Start Recovering from Covid Learning Loss
Paula White, Executive Director of JerseyCAN, will provide testimony to the Senate Education Committee advocating the importance of high-dosage tutoring for all New Jersey public
In response to ongoing concerns about learning loss that is now evidenced by unprecedented declines in math and reading on the National Assessment of Educational
This morning the National Assessment for Educational Progress, or NAEP, published 2022 scores for each state. We knew Covid-19 learning loss was real based on
Senator Declan O’Scanlon called for an investigation into the New Jersey Department of Education’s handling of the “Start Strong” testing which they announced to school
Today the a committee of the Centers for Disease Control voted unanimously to add Covid-19 vaccines to the U.S. childhood, adolescent, and adult immunization schedules.
What REALLY Happened At Monday’s Statehouse Hearing on Learning Loss and Testing? Not What You Think.
I’ve always been a fan of NJ Spotlight, the online news platform founded by John Mooney in 2009, and, in part, it’s personal: when I
Today the New York Times is breaking news about South Orange-Maplewood Public Schools. Back in October 2021, Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad heard that a second-grade