Tonight at 7 pm the Asbury Park Board of Education was scheduled to hold a “Special Meeting” to interview candidates to replace Superintendent Sancha Gray.
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
A South Orange-Maplewood high school teacher has been accused by a former student of sexual assault. The student has filed a civil lawsuit charging the
Wednesday evening Lakewood Public Schools introduced its 2021-2022 budget. Here are the highlights. Board attorney Michael Inzelbuch will continue to receive annual compensation of $750,000,
Judge Orders Trenton Teachers Back to School; Union Lawyer Compares District to ‘Saddam Hussein’s Regime’
Last Friday the Trenton Board of Education filed a lawsuit in Superior Court of New Jersey because teachers are refusing to appear for the scheduled
Earlier this week NJ Education Report reported that, in contrast to Camden City Public Schools that just reopened for kindergarten-second graders, Jersey City Superintendent Franklin
The rumor mill is abuzz in Montclair. Here’s the latest: When Mayor Sean Spiller, current Vice President of the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) and
Below is a letter from 21 Camden City leaders who are voicing their support for Camden Schools Superintendent Katrina McCombs. They note the “tremendous growth”
“Frustrated” Assemblywoman Mila Jasey Urges South Orange-Maplewood Schools to Resume In-School Instruction
New Jersey State Assemblywoman Mila Jasey (D-Essex Morris) released the following statement on March 10, 2021 regarding the SOMSD Schools reopening impasse. For ongoing NJ Ed
More white voters than Black voters (and, to a lesser extent, Hispanic voters) trust the vaccine, have been vaccinated themselves, would send their kids into classrooms, and think the state is moving too slowly reopening schools.