LaKeisha Scott is a Camden resident and mother of “miracle baby” Ja’leel, a student with multiple disabilities. The Camden Planning Board recently approved plans for
Last week news broke that Newark Superintendent Roger León had been less than honest about learning loss among the 42,000 students who attend district schools.
On May 24th Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Morning Joe that all students would be wearing masks in school in September. “We’ll have masking in
A new paper out from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms that students in school districts that relied heavily on remote instruction
Back in March the non-profit JerseyCAN commissioned a report to quantify learning loss among New Jersey students during the pandemic. On average, New Jersey students
A new national poll out from Morning Consult looks at Black, Hispanic, and White parents’ views on returning to school, getting vaccinated, wanting tutoring services,
On Monday Parents Invincible, a new non-profit headed by longtime Camden activist Shirley Irizarry, sent a questionnaire to all Camden schools seeking information on how
When high-school computer science teacher Harold Brown walked through the doors of KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy (NCA), his colleagues surprised him with an Amazon box
Last week at its public meeting the Lakewood Board of Education approved a long list of out-of-district placements for students eligible for special education services.
Marguerite Roza, Director of the Edunomics Lab and Research Professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy and national expert on school finance, has