March 17, 2022

Montclair Politicos React To Take-Down of Teacher Union President/Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller

Today the Montclair Local has a piece on the community reaction to an op-ed posted in NJ Ed Report by Vote Montclair founder Erik D’Amato. […]
March 16, 2022

Jersey City and Lakewood: Not So Perfect Together When It Comes Schools and Property Taxes

Jersey City and Lakewood’s public school districts couldn’t be more dissimilar. The former, New Jersey’s second largest district, educates 33,000 students—a mix of Black, white, […]
March 15, 2022

To ‘Bridge the Gap,’ Newark Non-Profit Launches Website To Help Parents Choose Schools

Today the New Jersey Children’s Foundation (NJCF) announced the launch of My Schools Newark, a free online research tool and mobile-friendly website that provides parents […]
March 14, 2022

Do You Want The Good Lakewood News First Or the Bad Lakewood News First?

Let’s start with the good news. District Attorney Michael Inzelbuch has stopped siphoning more than $1 million dollars of taxpayer money into his bank account! […]
March 10, 2022

COMMENTARY: Hey, Pro-Murphy Anti-Charter Folk, Stop Using These Noble Kids To Push Your Corrupt Crusade

Monday’s Star-Ledger featured an op-ed by two wonderful equity warriors, Kelly Ribeiro and Jordan Victor Wallace, high school students who attend  New Jersey’s selective magnet […]
March 8, 2022

How Do New Jersey Schools Rate Through an ‘Equity Lens’? Not As Well As You’d Think.

Education Trust, a nonprofit that works to close opportunity gaps that disproportionately affect students of color and students from low-income families, has teamed up with […]