February 28, 2023

New Camden Partnership Encourages College Enrollment for City High School Seniors—With $25,000 At Stake

Camden Education Fund, with a mission to sustain and accelerate progress in Camden’s public school system, has announced a new initiative: to encourage all high […]
February 3, 2023

Breaking the Stigma and Gaining Understanding Around Special Education Services

These contributors are KIPP NJ educators, staff members, and parents in Camden and Newark. Across the United States, 7.2 million students receive support from an […]
November 30, 2022

State Takeovers of School Districts Don’t Work–Except in Camden

A new paper from the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, authored by Beth Schueler and Joshua Bleiberg and titled “The Education Exchange: Does State […]
October 14, 2022

Camden County Will Install Opioid Overdosing Boxes in All Public and Parochial Schools to Combat Drug Crisis

The Board of Commissioners joined state and local officials on Thursday to unveil a new program that will install secure Naloxboxes in every school across […]
October 12, 2022

GOP Congressional Candidate Slams Camden Charter School For Sensitivity to Gender Fluidity, Urges Norcross to Cancel Wokeness

Reacting to a published report that a teacher at KIPP Cooper Norcross Whittier Middle School lectured students on “they/them pronouns,” Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s […]
October 7, 2022

As Goes Camden, So Goes India: Moving Beyond Our Self-Imposed Bounds

I’ve been taking a big-picture look at Camden (more on this next week) and one particular data point stood out. Currently the city has three […]