“We’re going in the right direction but we’re not there yet,” was the message from the Governor’s Office today, October 18th, the first day a
NJ Mom on In-School Mandate: ‘Murphy Promised to Protect Us and Then He Threw Our Kids Under the Bus’
Deanna Nye is a mom of three in Bridgewater and her two sons have Individualized Education Plan (IEP’s, or individualized annual academic goals and services
Newark Father and Political Hopeful Launches Petition Demanding Newark Shares Plan for Federal Spending
Oscar James of Newark Truth has launched a campaign demanding that Newark City Public Schools reveal its plans for spending $282 million in federal stimulus
At Tuesday night’s gubernatorial debate between incumbent Phil Murphy and challenger Jack Ciattarelli, those in attendance and those watching remotely repeatedly saw a familiar symbol:
In this set of email correspondence (see the first set here), John Napolitani, President of the Asbury Park Education Association (APEA), and Sheron Jones-Ward, Human
A lot of kids at school don’t eat lunch because it’s not good. It’s times where it’s so bad you just don’t eat all day.
After countless stories from the likes of the Patch, the Jerusalem Post, and NBC, as well as social media sites Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, it
Tuesday evening incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy and challenger Jack Ciattarelii duked it out at Rowan University at Glassboro for their second and final debate before
You’ve got to hand it to GOP gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli: he didn’t pull a Murphy. When asked for his opinion about Lakewood district attorney
Internal Emails: Asbury Park Acting Superintendent Berates Teacher Union President, Plus Where’s That $22 Million Going?
Below are six emails between Asbury Park Acting Superintendent Rashawn Adams and Asbury Park Education President John Napolitani, which I received from four sources on