NJEA President/Montclair Mayor/2025 gubernatorial hopeful Sean Spiller again finds himself in hot water, as explained by this recent Star-Ledger news report. Spiller has been named
Last year the Montclair City Council put Township Manager Timothy Stafford on administrative leave for creating a hostile work environment for female employees. The action
Governor Murphy and DOE Announce Over $26 Million to Expand High-Quality Preschool in 27 School Districts
Governor Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) announced yesterday that 27 school districts will receive Preschool Expansion Aid (PEA) to establish
Montclair Teachers Union Criticizes School Board’s ‘Incompetency” in Supporting LGBTQ-Inclusive Course Content
This is a statement from Stevana Sims and Brian Ford, a social worker and teacher at Montclair Public Schools. They represent a subcommittee of the
To the surprise of Montclair families, teachers, and support personnel, Superintendent Jonathan Ponds just announced that the district has issued 83 non-renewal letters—48 to paraprofessionals
LILLEY: NJEA Leaders Are Trying To Pretend COVID Learning Loss Didn’t Happen and That’s Hurting Kids
In an article entitled “In-Person Classes Boost Test Scores,” the Wall Street Journal reports that American students are scoring lower on reading and math tests than last year,
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.
This Is How Montclair Mayor/NJ State Teachers Union President Sean Spiller Was Humiliated at the Ballot Box
On Tuesday March 8th, voters in Montclair were for the first time given the opportunity to choose members of the local Board of Education, following
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
There’s an emerging trend among New Jersey high schools: administrators are either canceling midterm exams or diluting their consequences in order to assuage student stress.