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June 21, 2023

New Student Learning Data Is Out. Will This Be a ‘Serious Wakeup Call’ for the Murphy Administration?

A new report is out today from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and everyone is talking about the dismal results. In short, 13-year-old […]
June 15, 2023

How Newark’s Universal School Application Split in 2 — and What to Do About It

This article was originally published by The 74. For almost a decade, Newark Public Schools, New Jersey’s largest district, was celebrated for its universal enrollment system that […]
June 15, 2023

Is the Murphy Administration Paying Attention to Our ‘Worst In the Nation’ Status in Teaching Reading?

The National Center on Teacher Quality released a report this week grading  693 undergraduate and graduate teacher training programs across the country on how well […]
April 27, 2023

Murphy vs. Christie: When Education Politics Works for Kids—and When it Doesn’t

Public education, by definition, is political. After all, the Greek word polis refers to forms of power relations among individuals and city-states; when you’re dealing […]