June 8, 2023

EXPLAINER: Forget Report Cards; Here’s How to Measure Your Child’s Academic Progress

How do you know whether your child is making appropriate academic progress in school?  The majority of parents rely on report cards. If your child […]
June 7, 2023

Real Social Justice Warriors Would Keep This Test

On Monday the New Jersey Assembly Community Development and Affairs passed a bill that eliminates the high school graduation qualifying test currently called the NJGPA. […]
June 7, 2023

CREDO Says NJ Students Learn More At Charters Than In District Schools

The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University just released a report called As A Matter of Fact: National Charter School Study […]
June 6, 2023

Four Takeaways From New Poll on Teachers and Book Bans

To paraphrase Mark Twain, the death of respect for American teachers is greatly exaggerated. In fact, according to a new poll from NPR and Ipsos, […]
June 6, 2023

New Parent Power Index Says Murphy Administration ‘Is Stuck In a Great Big Pothole on the NJ Turnpike’

The Center for Education Reform just issued its rankings of states according to a “Parent Power Index.” The Index quantifies how each state: This year’s […]
June 5, 2023

A Letter To NJER Readers

Greetings NJER Readers!  In case you haven’t noticed already, the New Jersey Education Report website now has a new, cleaner look. I encourage you to check it […]