June 1, 2023

NEW NJER-TV VIDEO: Camden Students Rise!

On May 5th, 600 high school seniors joined together to celebrate Camden’s second annual College Signing Day, an event coordinated by Camden Education Fund and […]
May 16, 2023

As Students Struggle, New Coalition Is Pushing the Murphy Administration To Put Literacy First

Paula White, the Executive Director of JerseyCAN, the non-profit focused on education advocacy, is launching a new collaboration called the New Jersey Legacy of Literacy […]
May 2, 2023

College Signing Day Celebrates Achievements of Camden’s High School Seniors

Camden’s second annual “College Signing Day,” spearheaded by Camden Education Fund, will honor and celebrate all Camden City district, charter, and renaissance high school seniors […]
May 1, 2023

JerseyCAN Joins With Local Education Advocates in Asbury Park, Camden, and Newark to Launch Literacy Coalition

New Statewide Campaign to Unite Organizations and Institutions from Around the State to Disrupt Business As Usual Approach to Reading Instruction Initiative to Launch with […]
March 29, 2023

Camden City Schools Offering $10K Bonuses In Attempt to Fill Teacher Slots

Last June Newark Public Schools offered new teachers in hard-to-fill subjects a $4,000 signing bonus. Last fall Paterson Public Schools offered new teachers a $7,500 […]
March 22, 2023

New Study: Do Charter Schools Drain Resources From Traditional Public Schools?

The Fordham Institute has a new study asking the question, “Do Charter Schools Drain Resources From Traditional Charter Schools?”  If you share allegiance with teacher […]