April 20, 2023

Will the State Senate Really Privilege Politics Over the Needs of 60,000 Students?

A bill that would provide facilities funding equity for public charter schools is stuck in legislative limbo. The stakes are high:  New Jersey’s charters, heavily […]
April 12, 2023

Murphy’s Commissioner Rules That Districts Can Continue to Hold Special Education Families ‘Hostage’

Two months ago Acting Education Commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan ruled on a case that has wide implications for students with disabilities and their parents. The ruling […]
February 22, 2023

Just One More Thing About New Jersey Teachers’ Lack of Diversity

The Star-Ledger’s Tina Kelley has an excellent piece on the lack of Black and brown teachers in New Jersey. While our student body is increasingly […]
February 16, 2023

Sikh Youth Alliance Urges State Board of Education to include Sikhism Education in NJ Public Schools

“Education is the vaccine for violence”. These words by Edward James Olmos matter more than ever today as hate crimes are on rise especially, against […]