A new paper from the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, authored by Beth Schueler and Joshua Bleiberg and titled “The Education Exchange: Does State
Matthew Ladner, Executive Editor of ReimaginED kindly prepared the graph below for NJ Ed Report readers based on national test scores released last week called
BREAKING: Some NJ School Districts Used ‘Cheat Sheets’ to Artificially Raise Student Math Scores on State Tests
According to an inside source, some New Jersey school districts distributed “cheat sheets” last month for students taking the state’s standardized tests called Start Strong.
Cure for Chronic Absenteeism and Illiteracy in Asbury Park? Mandatory Uniforms, Says Superintendent.
Asbury Park Superintendent Rashawn Adams wants a fresh start. After all, he oversees a district where last year 51% of students were chronically absent, 91% of
The research is clear: if school districts are serious about helping students recover from learning loss due to pandemic-interrupted schooling, the most important tool is
Laura McKenna is an education writer based in New Jersey. You can find her at www.lauramckenna.com. This was originally published at Laura McKenna’s Newsletter, Apt. 11D. Knowing
Yesterday the New Jersey Monitor had a fine piece on the Garden State’s long struggle to integrate schools, currently the subject of a lawsuit. One
Let’s start with a history lesson: in 1882, before computers, software engineering, and artificial intelligence were even a glint in the nation’s eye, a group
Last week Newark Public Schools District reported the alarming news that, based on results from internal assessments, only 6% of students will meet expectations in
Imagine that you go in for your annual medical bloodwork and something alarming turns up: say, your platelets are through the roof, a possible indicator