This week former Senate President Steve Sweeney’s Center for Public Policy at Rowen University published a report that aims “to provide insights and inform the
Jersey City Addendum: How a Board Member’s Ties to the Teachers Union Can Lead to School Budget Woes
Earlier this week, in a story about Jersey City Public Schools’ habit of giving large bonuses to central office administrators, I neglected a key piece
John Reitmeyer reports today on the rousing success of New Jersey’s 2 percent cap on municipal and school district tax increases, which has succeeded in
I know I’m late to the party but I join others in mourning the loss of Steve Sweeney as President of the New Jersey State
In the last twenty years the United States has seen its constitutional democratic deficits go from being latent problems that most Americans disregarded to being
The big news story today, of course, is U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell’s failure to summon enough votes to bring to the floor a bill that
Those following New Jersey education politics are probably aware that NJEA, in a confounding lapse of judgement, has declared Senator Steve Sweeney Public Enemy #1.
New Jersey’s teacher union leaders are unhappy with Senate President Steve Sweeney. And so they have endorsed and are funding a campaign for his challenger,
I curled up in front of CNN on the evening of November 8th, cozied by a glass of wine and presumptions of a Clinton victory.
A new teacher’s pension is supposed to be a perk. The truth is that for the majority of the nation’s new teachers, what they can