May 16, 2022

‘We Need to Shift the Way We View Teachers,’ Says New Jersey Educator: Here’s Why

Robert Moore wrote this story for Honored, a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping great teachers in the classroom and to inspiring a new generation of […]
May 10, 2022

BOOKER: Support My Proposal To Raise Teacher Salaries, Especially Those Who Work in High-Poverty Schools

Cory Booker was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2013 and is serving his second term. He was Mayor of Newark from 2006-2013. My family’s […]
May 9, 2022

Newark Public Charter Finds the Formula: Parent Engagement + Student Achievement = Success

Jamira Watkins, Cheryl McCants and Sonia Alleyne are members of Impact Consulting Enterprises. Roseville Community Charter School (RCC), located in Newark, N.J.’s north ward, recently […]
May 6, 2022

What Our Teachers Deserve: How To Keep New Jersey Teachers In Their Profession

Dr. Liz Brooke is Chief Learning Officer for Lexia Learning. She guides the pedagogical approach and research strategy for Lexia’s personalized literacy programs. While students have […]
May 5, 2022

MCKENNA: Reclaiming Our Kids’ Mental Health, Or, Strange Times Call for Strange Parenting

Laura McKenna is an education writer based in New Jersey. You can find her at This was originally published at Laura McKenna’s Newsletter, Apt. 11D. The mental […]
May 3, 2022

New Jersey, It’s Time To Thank Isaac Abankwa

Isaac Abankwa is a teacher, grade level chair for enrichment, and a teacher coach at KIPP Upper Roseville Academy. According to researchers, if Black students […]