I live right off Route 206, a mostly two-lane road that begins in the Pinelands of southern New Jersey, winds 130 miles north to Stokes
Camden Councilwoman: “I Believe in the Transformation that is Taking Place in the City of my Birth,” Including Five Straight Years of Academic Improvement in Camden Schools.
This is a guest post by Felisha Reyes Morton who is a Camden Councilwoman (and first Latina to represent the 4th Ward since redistricting), co-founding
This is a guest post by David Osborne and Tressa Pankovits. Osbourne leads the K-12 education work of the Progressive Policy Institute. Pankovits is associate
This week Camden City welcomed a brand-new organization called the Camden Education Fund (CEF), a non-profit focused on talent, equity, engagement, and instructional quality with
This week the Star-Ledger featured an interview with Sue Altman, the head of NJ Working Families Alliance and much in the news for her performance
On Monday the New Jersey Working Families protested at a New Jersey State Legislative hearing about tax breaks in cities like Camden. NJ Spotlight described the
This is a guest post by Michael Lilley, Founder and President of the Sunlight Policy Center of New Jersey, which seeks to educate residents on the
For the very first time more than 250 families who call Camden home joined together on October 19th for what will become an annual event:
Camden City Public Schools just announced that, for the fourth year in a row, students in both traditional and renaissance schools are improving their academic
Voices from the Parent Summit: Troy Still’s Mom Fought For His Education; Now He Fights For Camden Students.
During the first weekend in August, Project Ready hosted the New Jersey Parent Summit (see here for an overview) I chatted with many parents and