College and Career Readiness

Call Us the ‘Exhausted Majority’: New Study Reveals People Value Character, Not College

According to a new study by Populace, Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the way Americans think about education.…

2 weeks ago

LILLEY: Murphy Education Department’s Refusal to Confront Facts Will Cause Long-Term Damage to Our Kids, Says New Report

At long last, and only after a great deal of public outcry, Gov. Murphy’s Department of Education finally released the…

1 month ago

VIDEO: We Don’t Just Need Our Kids’ Test Scores—We Need a Competent Education Department Too

Tomorrow morning the State Board of Education will hear a presentation  from the Murphy Administration's Department of Education, which will…

2 months ago

Pennacchio Blames ‘Cancel Culture and Sexual Indoctrination’ for Falling College Admission Scores

The impact of the pandemic on education is becoming clearer with news the average ACT test score sunk to its lowest point…

4 months ago

Cure for Chronic Absenteeism and Illiteracy in Asbury Park? Mandatory Uniforms, Says Superintendent.

Asbury Park Superintendent Rashawn Adams wants a fresh start. After all, he oversees a district where last year 51% of…

6 months ago

Newark Leaders Are Poor Role Models For Low-Income Students

https://twitter.com/KyleRosenkrans/status/1559140644542681088 That's the gist of what's going on in Newark. With the support of Superintendent Roger Leon, Mayor Ras Baraka,…

6 months ago

COMMENTARY: These Three NJ Schools Defy Murphy Administration’s Push for Low Standards

Hindsight is golden but here’s what we know: School closures and remote instruction during the 2020-2021 school year were academic…

7 months ago

THORBES: A Call For A Change: Broadening The Mission of New Jersey Charter Schools

Cedric Thorbes is a proud graduate of Morehouse College and most recently a 2021-2022 JerseyCAN New Jersey Teacher Leader Policy…

7 months ago

At This New Jersey High School, Every Single Graduate is Headed to College–With 35% First-Gens

This past May, Dr. Namik Sercan, Chief Education Officer of Central Jersey College Prep Charter School (CJCS), told NJ Education…

8 months ago

GOODMAN: High-Stakes Tests Don’t Help Students Learn. Why Don’t We Try This New Model Instead?

Ten years ago Robert Goodman, the Executive Director of the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning (NJCTL), wrote a…

8 months ago