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
“We parents filled that room last night and our voices were heard on why we LOVE our Public Charter schools!” That’s Paterson parent Ashley Lauren
This is a press release from the New Jersey Charter School Association. Those interested in the state’s “comprehensive review” of NJ charter schools can submit
NJ Parents to Commissioner Repollet: We Love Our Public Charter Schools, Please Fund Them Fairly As State Ed. Commissioner Begins Review of Charter School Laws,
As A White, Privileged, Mom of a Child with Disabilities, I Want To Scream and Cry and Throw Things.
This post is by Liz Winslow, a school choice warrior and mom of three children, two of whom have special needs. Her work has previously
This is a guest post by my friend and colleague Lane Wright. Lane lives in Tallahassee with his wife and three children and serves as Director
Murphy Gives A Big Wet Kiss to NJEA and a Punch to the Gut for Camden Families as He Vetoes a Student-Centered Bill.
Last week Governor Phil Murphy “conditionally” vetoed a bill that would have allowed the most popular and high-achieving public schools in Camden to add seats,
Ubaidullah Jackson, who just turned seven years old, peers up at me with undisguised curiosity. I’m here to interview his mom, Shati Gerald, about why
“We in Trenton are adamantly opposed to charter school expansion,” Trenton Superintendent Dr. Fred McDowell said Wednesday at a community meeting on the subject. “We
This is a love story. Twelve years ago, Shiana Torres was a student at Essex County Community College. She had grown up in Summit, a