Essex County Superior Judge James Paganelli has just ruled in favor of the Montclair Education Association, which is challenging the Montclair Board of Education’s lawsuit
The 30,000 students in Jersey City’s public schools have not seen the inside of their schools since last March when schools first closed at the
I smiled at the two little girls seated across the table in the school board conference room but only six-year-old Kayla, wriggling in her pink
On Monday I wrote about Paterson Public Schools’ poor implementation of home instruction during this pandemic, hindered largely by the lack of one-on-one devices for
We’re about 5 weeks into our coronavirus lock-down in New Jersey, about a month since much of America has embarked on a national experiment of
I wrote last week about Princeton Regional Public Schools’ high expectations for students during this pandemic in comparison to the low expectations for students who
On Monday I looked at the stark disparities in the quality of online instruction offered to children during the COVID-19 school closures, comparing Princeton Regional
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
Top Democratic Candidates’ Disrespect for Parents of Color Has Me Wondering If I Fit Into This Party Anymore.
Politico reports today that Elizabeth Warren’s support among Democratic and left-leaning Independent primary voters “plunged 50 percent over the past month, according to a new
Who Needs Algebra II? A New Report Reveals Disconnect Between Test-Haters and What New Jersey Students Need To Live Here.
Less than two weeks ago a local paper reported that Trenton public schools students feel unsafe and uneducated. At about the same time an appellate court