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.
This is a release from the New Jersey Department of Education. The Office of Assessments is pleased to announce that the suite of Start Strong snapshot
New Jersey Schools Failed the Remote Learning Test in March. Here Are 3 Ways to Get September Right.
For the last two years I’ve been reporting on the disarray at the New Jersey Department of Education. Suddenly I’m not the only one. In
A few notes from last Thursday’s State Senate Budget Committee hearing, with Interim Department of Education Commissioner Kevin Dehmer in the hot seat, poor soul.
One week ago the New Jersey School Boards Association published a report called “Choosing The Best ‘Road Back’ for Our Children.” Here, NJSBA explains the
I’m surely not the first to wonder why Governor Phil Murphy has yet to nominate a Commissioner for the Department of Education. Lamont Repollet left
It’s a failure at the state level. It is simply inadequate for the state to issue guidance and say, ‘You’re on your own to figure
Education Law Center, which litigated the Abbott v. Burke cases, issued this statement late yesterday, informing Gov. Murphy and the State Legislature that New Jersey
A New Jersey parent emailed NJLB to express her thoughts on the New Jersey Department of Education’s management of school reopenings. At her request, this
Mike La Susa, Superintendent of School District of the Chathams in Morris County, is in a tough spot: His reopening plan still calls for in-district