In a unanimous ruling issued this afternoon, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of the State Department of Education’s 2016 decision to allow
Newark’s Roseville Community Charter School has accomplished a mighty feat: Keeping students and families engaged through the most disruptive school year in a century. How
For certain New Jerseyans, a favorite sport is attacking New Jersey’s public charter schools. One popular move is to lambaste charters for signing leases for
Three Newark district high schools —Science Park (an exclusive magnet), Central High School, and Newark Vocatinal High School— are losing their principals. The principal at
JAMES: Zuckerberg’s $100 Million Has Nothing on Biden’s Grant So Tell Roger Leon It’s Time for Newark to Get Ready!
Newark is in line to potentially receive hundreds of millions of dollars between President Biden’s already-passed COVID-19 stimulus legislation and his pending infrastructure bill. That
Newark Teachers’ Union head John Abeigon issued a response to Sunlight’s billboard, one of several around the state that blames the NTU and the NJEA for keeping
New Study: Newark Public Charter Schools Do Not ‘Push Out’ Students With Disabilities and English Language Learners
One of the most popular soundbites one hears from those who oppose public charter schools is that they push out students with disabilities and English
MYTH BUSTED: NJ Education Groups React to New Boston University Study Proving That Newark Charter Schools Do Not Push Out High-Need Students
Study Showed the Opposite Was True: Students with Special Education, English Language Learners More Likely To Stay At Newark Charter Schools Than Traditional District Schools New
‘For Progressives to Step in and Tell Newark Parents What’s Best For Their Own Children Is Plain Offensive’
Tom Moran, head of the Star-Ledger Editorial Board, looks squarely at a lawsuit currently in New Jersey State Supreme Court where Education Law Center et.
Today Chalkbeat has a piece dissecting a current lawsuit, pressed by Education Law Center (ELC), that charges Newark’s charter sector with exacerbating segregation and seeks