I am counting the days to Election Day. Trump (not even worthy of being called “President”) has made me feel disrespected, very angry, and scared.
STATEMENT FROM NJCF AND NJPCSA ON NJ AG’S OFFICE SUPPORT FOR PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL EXPANSION IN NEWARK
Yesterday, the office of New Jersey’s Attorney General filed a brief in the New Jersey Supreme Court in support of the expansion of six Newark
SCOOP: NJ Deputy Attorney General Says That Newark Charter School Expansion Embodies ‘Precisely What the Charter School Program Was Designed to Achieve’
Below is the preliminary statement from New Jersey State Deputy Attorney General Christopher Weber in a new brief in the State Supreme Court case regarding
This morning Change Research and the New Jersey Children’s Foundation released a poll that shows Newark’s public charter schools are broadly popular among all city
One afternoon in March 2010, Khaliah Fitchette, a 16-year-old student at Newark’s University High School, was riding home on a NJ Transit bus with her
As reported by Chalkbeat yesterday: The Newark school system is preparing for students to return to classrooms part time beginning next month, though a final
My daughter attends West Side High School in Newark. A long time ago, New Jersey promised us a new $160 million school building for West
Newark’s University Heights Charter School (UHCS) announced today that it has purchased over 850 brand new laptop computers and will begin distributing them to each
Chalkbeat , a nonprofit news organization covering public education, originally published this post as “KIPP New Jersey students will learn remotely until January after network
NJ Children’s Foundation Announces New Initiative To Measure Impact of Digital Divide & Covid Slide On Children and Families.
The New Jersey Children’s Foundation, a Newark-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting a fact-based discussion about education, today announced a significant new investment to measure the