Boy, I bet you didn’t expect to see that headline from me. I just can’t help myself: After Newark Superintendent Roger Leon —with no guidance
Newark may have problems but one of them isn’t the production of drama. Recent example: Superintendent Roger Leon declared last month, ““I believe families should
Charter Skeptics, Look at the Facts: The Majority of Newark Parents Say Charters Are Their First Choice as They Watch Their Children Thrive.
This is a guest post by Kyle Rosenkrans, founder and executive director of the New Jersey Children’s Foundation. Its mission is to invest in people,
What Happens When a Beloved Newark Charter School Is Threatened with Eviction? Ask Emma and Her Mom.
(This was originally published at Education Post.) Imagine that your 15-year-old daughter is enrolled in a public high school that you both chose for its
On Charters, a New Report Shows That White Democrats Are Getting It Wrong. (Listen Up, Bernie/Liz/Joe!)
Judging by the harsh turn that some politicians have taken against charter schools, voters might well imagine that the data look darker than they did
This is a guest post by David Osborne and Tressa Pankovits. Osbourne leads the K-12 education work of the Progressive Policy Institute. Pankovits is associate
Last week I wrote about a lawsuit currently before Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson which charges that New Jersey’s public schools are unconstitutionally segregated due
It is deeply troubling that public charter and renaissance schools are singled out as the only schools in New Jersey being denied access to critical
I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro’s great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen’s Counciler or
This is a guest post by my colleague Chris Stewart, CEO of brightbeam. Previously Chris was chief executive of Wayfinder Foundation, the executive director of