September 21, 2023

JerseyCAN Opens Enrollment for Activist Parent Fellowship and Virtual Training Program

JerseyCAN, the only statewide advocacy organization in New Jersey committed to ensuring access to high-quality public schools for every child regardless of zip code, cultural […]
September 20, 2023

Professionals Urge Parents to Consider Dyslexia Testing To Lower Student Dropout Rate

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, with an estimated one in five Americans affected, according to the International Dyslexia Association. ProCare Therapy healthcare professionals […]
September 20, 2023

New Jersey Tutoring Corp Will Expand to 41 Locations To Provide Services to 1,300 Students

The New Jersey Tutoring Corps (NJTC) announced today a dramatic expansion of its high-impact tutoring program to critical areas across the state. Specifically, as classrooms […]
September 15, 2023

Roseville Community Charter School Welcomes Students and Parents Back for  the 2023-24 School Year

Roseville Community Charter School  (RCCS) recently welcomed parents and scholars with open arms as they previewed the  2023-24 school year on August 28th. The school’s […]
September 13, 2023

At Asbury Park Superintendent’s Request, A Comparison With Lakewood Public Schools

This morning’s Asbury Park Press has an article about Asbury Park Public Schools featuring superintendent Rashawn Adams, who complains about what he says are drastic […]
September 18, 2023

LILLEY: NJEA Is Hiding $64 Million In Political Spending From Teachers Whose Dues Pay For It

Some of the most consistent feedback Sunlight has received in its campaign to inform teachers of their 1st Amendment rights revolves around the fact that most […]