The New Jersey Taxpayer’s Guide to Education Spending just came out with its most recent numbers. On average, the budgetary cost per New Jersey student
Once again, Lakewood’s famous special education school is in the news. NJ Education Report has extensively covered the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI),
Last week the Lakewood Public Schools District reappointed Michael Inzelbuch to continue on as its attorney through June 2023 at his current annual “retainer” of
Jersey City and Lakewood’s public school districts couldn’t be more dissimilar. The former, New Jersey’s second largest district, educates 33,000 students—a mix of Black, white,
Let’s start with the good news. District Attorney Michael Inzelbuch has stopped siphoning more than $1 million dollars of taxpayer money into his bank account!
The Lakewood Board of Education has settled the case with Helen Tobia, the district’s former supervisor who dealt, among other responsibilities, with non-public school students
Lakewood Municipal Gov’t Is Using COVID Emergency Funds To Reimburse Parents for Yeshiva Tuition. Is This Kosher?
Here’s a creative use of federal emergency funds intended to address learning loss suffered by low-income students during pandemic-induced school closures: Lakewood Township is offering
Today NJ Education Report described how districts are using federal stimulus funds meant to help students catch up from 18 months of interrupted schooling. In
It’s not often that I get the opportunity to agree with Education Law Center so today’s a red-letter day. Here’s Executive Director David Sciarra speaking
Four years ago, in 2017, NJ Education Report started covering the contract between Lakewood Public Schools District and attorney Michael Inzelbuch, particularly the school board’s