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.
The Fordham Institute issued today a report called “Robbers or Victims? Charter Schools and District Finances.” This data analysis of 21 states (including New Jersey)
“Follow the science.” For nearly a year now, that has been the mantra governing all decisions regarding New Jersey’s public schools. If we are going
The following “open letter from public education advocates to New Jersey families and communities” is, says John Mooney of NJ Spotlight, more symbolic than anything
Parents and staff members at Mercer County Special Services School DIstrict (MCSSD) are “outraged” at news that the district, which serves students with moderate to
I have a kid who’s in a school in an upper middle class neighborhood, and (it’s) mostly white kids. And we live only 10 miles
Last week the New Jersey Department of Health loosened some of the restrictions on in-school learning based on new data that underscores the state’s overreaction
Senate Education Chair M. Teresa Ruiz issued the following statement welcoming the Biden Administration’s move to begin collecting data on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic
National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools on Biden’s School Reopening Plan (Plus Tips for Parents)
This is a press release from NCSECS on President Biden’s reopening plans. For NJLB coverage of The Center, click here. The Center applauds the new
This is a summary of a report from Fordham Institute, “Teacher Effectiveness and Improvement in Charter and Traditional Public Schools.” Read the full report here.