November 16, 2022

BREAKING: NJ Public Charter School Association Announces Launch of #LetMeLearn Campaign

Campaign Features Parent Voices Encouraging the NJ Department of Education and Lawmakers to Support Application Requests So Students Can Remain In the Schools They Love […]
November 16, 2022

Three New Jersey Superintendents Reject Murphy’s Plan to Dismantle School-Based Mental Health Programs

Ed. Note: This is an op-ed by James Earle, Superintendent of Trenton Public Schools; Thomas Trongone, Superintendent of Millville Public Schools,  and David M. Aderhold, […]
November 16, 2022

New Report: While Traditional School Enrollment Goes Down, Charter School Enrollment Stays Steady

Today the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released Changing Course: Public School Enrollment Shifts During the Pandemic, a new data analysis that examines enrollment trends during […]
November 15, 2022

Doing the Math As Newark Superintendent Fattens His Real Estate Portfolio

Newark Superintendent Roger Leon is on a spending spree, a newly-styled real estate magnate with plenty of money to burn given the district’s $1.2 billion […]
November 15, 2022

New Jersey LBGTQ Candidates Celebrate Record-Breaking Victories in a Challenging Landscape

In New Jersey and nationally, a much-hyped “Red Wave” predicted for Tuesday’s election failed to manifest, and in its place, a growing Rainbow Wave has […]
November 14, 2022

Midterms Prove Murphy Administration’s Fixation on Culture Wars Is a Losing Ticket

Between “Don’t Say Gay” in Florida and “Drag Queen Story-Telling” for New Jersey first-graders (featured at last week’s NJEA Convention: see photo above), you’d think […]