This isn’t new news but it’s also not good news. Pew Charitable Trusts updated its pension study to include 2018 data, and NJ comes in dead last
Last week I wrote about how the practice of nepotism at the Schools Development Authority under the “leadership” of former CEO Lizette Polanco-Delgado matched the
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
What Does It Mean When a Seven-Year-Old With Autism Is Physically Assaulted By a School Resource Officer?
Okay. This is personal. As the mom of a son with disabilities who, while not formally diagnosed as autistic has a number of autistic tendencies,
That’s a parent speaking to Paul Aronsohn, Ombudsman for Individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities and Their Families. As required, this past summer he submitted
Samantha Bee decided to go on the attack against school choice this week during her show, Full Frontal. Based on the first clip she played during
Chalkbeat , a nonprofit news organization covering public education, originally published this post as “KIPP New Jersey students will learn remotely until January after network
There’s been lots of chatter about news that the Governor’s Office — not Murphy necessarily but, as NJ Spotlight puts it, “top members of Gov.
The Star-Ledger reports that NJ’s pension investments earned 1.2% for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020. This is far below the 7.5% assumed return and given that NJ
Recently I wrote that a residency hearing with two children, Kayla and Tasha, represented to me our deeply-embedded structural inequities in education that decades of