Today the New Jersey State Board of Education’s Assessment Committee will meet with leaders of the NJ State Department of Education. At this meeting Board
Last Wednesday, March 3, the New Jersey State Board of Education held its monthly Public Meeting. On the agenda was a presentation on Start Strong
I’m awfully hard on Education Law Center so it is with pleasure that I salute Executive Director David Sciarra’s candor in his comments about the
.Yesterday the New Jersey State Department of Education issued instructions on how it will collect local assessment data. [An earlier version of this post incorrectly
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools just issued its 2021 ranking of state charter school laws. New Jersey’s charter school law, passed in 1995
Recently I published a piece about Camden Union President Keith Benson’s and Camden Superintendent Katrina McCombs’ meeting with New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner Angelica
Is the Captain of Asbury Park Schools Abandoning the Ship? Rumors of Sancha Gray’s Departure and Why You Should Care
According to inside sources who will remain anonymous, Asbury Park Superintendent Sancha Gray is on the verge of leaving her position, which she has held
An inside source reports that the New Jersey Department of Education will announce that DOE Commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan is delaying standardized student testing until April.
Everyone agrees that over the last year many New Jersey students, especially those from low-income households, have lost academic ground. But there’s sharp dissension about
COMMENTARY: Does Camden’s Teachers Union President Have the NJ Education Department in His Back Pocket?
This is part of an email Camden Education Association President Keith Benson sent late last week to his members (or possibly just CEA leaders). Here,