May 30, 2023

NJ Judge Questions Legality of Parent Notification Policy For LGBTQ Students

Today a New Jersey Superior Court judge expressed doubts about the legitimacy of a new parent notification policy in Hanover Public Schools District that requires […]
May 25, 2023

Three Takeaways From New Report on COVID and Public Education’s Current Condition

Yesterday the U.S. Education Department’s National Center for Education Statistics issued an analysis called “Report on the Condition of Education 2023.” At 54 pages, it […]
May 24, 2023

Newark School District Is Using Taxpayer Money To Claw Back a Crumbling Building—But It Won’t Say How Much

Journalist Therese Jacob first published this in TapintoNewark. The Newark Board of Education recently bought back a dilapidated school building in the city that the […]
May 24, 2023

Senate Candidate Wants to Ban Bill That Bans Book-Banning in Schools

Mike Pappas, candidate for New Jersey State Senate, today offered comments regarding Sen. Andrew Zwicker’s sponsorship of legislation that would directly connect State funding for […]
May 23, 2023

Robbinsville Residents Call on Murphy to Address School Aid Deficit

Big Box of Letters Handed to Governor’s Office on Monday More than 2,240 Robbinsville residents have signed individual letters to Gov. Phil Murphy, calling on […]
May 18, 2023

Jersey AG Files Civil Rights Complaint Against Hanover Township Re: District’s LGBTQ+ Parent Notification Policy

Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced today the filing of a Division on Civil Rights (DCR) complaint challenging an unlawful policy enacted last night by […]