Two weeks ago I wrote about Maria Lorenz of Elizabeth who has two children on the autism spectrum in New Jersey’s third largest school district.
Good Morning, Pursuant to my discussion with NJEA attorney Stephen Hunter, as well as NJEA Field Representative Tracie Yostpille, I am reluctantly forwarding my rebuttal
The Lakewood Board of Education has settled the case with Helen Tobia, the district’s former supervisor who dealt, among other responsibilities, with non-public school students
Yesterday the Star-Ledger published a long interview with Patricia Morgan, executive director of the education policy watchdog group JerseyCAN and a former assistant commissioner at
On Tuesday the New York Times reported that Sean Caddle, 44, of Hamburg, N.J., pleaded guilty in Federal District Court in Newark to conspiracy to
What’s it like to be a staff member or student in Asbury Park Public schools? Were teachers exaggerating when they commented in a climate survey
Today at its monthly public school board meeting, the Asbury Park Board of Education will approve Dr. LaShawn Gibson as its new Director of Human
ANALYSIS: Fordham’s New Report Nails the Correlation Between Charter School Growth and General Student Success
Today Fordham Institute released a new report, “Still Rising: Charter School Enrollment and Student Achievement at the Metropolitan Level,” a follow-up to a 2019 study
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.
Everyone from President Joe Biden to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy to AFT President Randi Weingarten has championed the cause of reopening schools to address