This week I heard from a special education teacher who used to teach at Asbury Park. This was serendipitous because I had just received internal
Here’s Matt Friedman this morning in his Politico NJ email, responding to the news that Gov. Phil Murphy will require all state contractors to get
In Contrast to NJ Policy Perspective, NJ Ed Report Provides a Fair and Data-Driven Look at State Education Spending
[Editor’s note: The analysis Sunlight refers to, “Let’s Talk About NJ’s Education Spending Accurately,” was written by guest contributor New Jersey Education Aid.] Sunlight Policy
A’Dorian Murray-Thomas is a Newark School Board member with a remarkable history. At the ripe old age of 23, this life-long Newarker has founded and
(And Does NJ Neglect Non-Education Spending?) When New Jerseyans talk about New Jersey’s education spending, there is a widespread assumption that New Jersey’s per pupil
South Orange-Maplewood Rushes to Enact Moratorium on Out-of-School Suspensions. What’s Really Going On?
Last night, four hours into the South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education public meeting, President Thair Joshua introduced an “urgent” resolution that had not been on
BREAKING: New Jersey Parent Files Lawsuit Re: Murphy’s ‘Tone-Deaf’ and ‘Talent-Blind’ Response to Parents Seeking Virtual Choice
Last week New Jersey resident Makarand Bidwai filed a Public Interest lawsuit* against Gov. Phil Murphy in the civil division of the State Supreme Court.
“We’re going in the right direction but we’re not there yet,” was the message from the Governor’s Office today, October 18th, the first day a
NJ Mom on In-School Mandate: ‘Murphy Promised to Protect Us and Then He Threw Our Kids Under the Bus’
Deanna Nye is a mom of three in Bridgewater and her two sons have Individualized Education Plan (IEP’s, or individualized annual academic goals and services
Newark Father and Political Hopeful Launches Petition Demanding Newark Shares Plan for Federal Spending
Oscar James of Newark Truth has launched a campaign demanding that Newark City Public Schools reveal its plans for spending $282 million in federal stimulus