When I was seven months pregnant with my first baby I developed a condition called preeclampsia. It can be quite serious—once it was a leading
I’ve been clear — I’m hugely disappointed with the outcomes of the Department of Education. I’m sure they are trying their optimal best, but there
SCOOP: NJ Deputy Attorney General Says That Newark Charter School Expansion Embodies ‘Precisely What the Charter School Program Was Designed to Achieve’
Below is the preliminary statement from New Jersey State Deputy Attorney General Christopher Weber in a new brief in the State Supreme Court case regarding
We as a state, for whatever reason, erred on the side of less guidance for schools when more guidance was needed. That’s Sarah Mulhern Gross,
New Report From School Boards Association: It’s Time for the State Education Department to Do Its Job.
Today the New Jersey School Boards Association released the third in a series of reports on how the coronavirus is changing education in New Jersey.
Many media outlets have reports today on Gov. Phil Murphy’s nomination of Angelica Allen-McMillan for Education Commissioner, five months after Lamont Repollet’s resignation. (Chief DOE
As reported by Chalkbeat yesterday: The Newark school system is preparing for students to return to classrooms part time beginning next month, though a final
Gov. Phil Murphy has just nominated a new Education Commissioner, Angelica Allen-McMillan. Here’s Murphy’s statement: “From day one, I pledged to select a Commissioner of
Last week I interviewed Karega Rausch, the new Executive Director of the non-partisan National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA). Why should you care? Because
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