Jersey City Public Schools, the state’s second largest district which educates over 30,000 students, is claiming poverty: It has a projected 2021-2022 budget shortfall of
Essex County Superior Judge James Paganelli has just ruled in favor of the Montclair Education Association, which is challenging the Montclair Board of Education’s lawsuit
In a decision issued today, the New Jersey State Supreme Court ruled that it is legal for New Jersey taxpayers to pay the salaries of
Twenty months ago NJLB reported on then-Jersey City Board of Education President Sudhan Thomas’ shady use of campaign money he raised to run for his
Newark’s Newest Charter School Leader Is Well Equipped to Manage School Reopenings Amidst a Pandemic
“The key is a great team of committed professionals — even in the midst of a pandemic, even in the midst of uncertainty— so that
This is a press release written by parents from The Ethical Community Charter School (TECCS) after a virtual school board meeting where the 150 parents
In Jersey City the Teacher Union Is Bargaining On Both Sides of the Table. Last Night One Ethical Board Member Tried to Uphold District Integrity.
I was a school board member for twelve years, including nine years as president. I thought I’d seen it all, including fraught negotiations with unions.
Getting the Facts Straight on New Jersey Charter Schools: This Is No Time For a “Pause” On High-Quality Charter Growth
Donna Siminski is Director of Policy and Advocacy for the New Jersey Charter School Association with a focus on the policy issues impacting the the
(Joanna Garnett Raeppold is a Jersey City resident and mother of two. Her sons are in Kindergarten and 4th grade at Learning Community Charter School.
Here’s part of Friday’s press release from the Newark-based organization Parent Coalition for Excellent Schools, or PC2E: Today the Parent Coalition for Excellent Education (PC2E)