(This is a republication of Education Law Center’s new analysis, originally published on its website.) A new Education Law Center (ELC) analysis shows that, since
Last October Gov. Phil Murphy nominated Angelica Allen-McMillan as Education Commissioner to replace his former Commissioner, Lamont Repollet. Allen-McMillan’s hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee–a
Last Saturday the Asbury Park Education Association sent out a survey to all staff, asking them to rank the four district administrators who applied to
Next Monday, May 24th, the Asbury Park Board of Education will interview candidates to replace out-going Superintendent Sancha Gray. Numerous sources have contacted me to
COMMENTARY: Someone Needs to Tell This NJ Superintendent That Schools Are Accountable to Families, Not the Other Way Around
You probably didn’t read Sunday’s Star-Ledger op-ed by John Kellmayer called “‘Harrison Bergeron’ and How to Close the Achievement Gap.” It’s okay–you didn’t miss much.
Welcome to a New Jersey school district so ridden with nepotism, exorbitance, and a singular disregard for student outcomes that any sane person would presume
Today Dale Chu considers the “well-intentioned offer from the federal government” to give states greater flexibility in mandatory state standardized tests in order to allow
Earlier today, the US Department of Education sent a letter stating that New Jersey’s proposal to replace this spring’s NJ-SLA exams with a series of alternative assessment
As we head into the final term of the 2020-2021 school year (and kick its butt on the way out the door), policy-makers, school leaders,
Yesterday the Education Committee of the New Jersey State Assembly unanimously approved Bill proposal 5374, sponsored by Assemblywomen Pamela Lampitt, Mila Jasey, and Joann Downey.