High-Dosage Tutoring

Murphy Administration Will Try to Accelerate Learning with Launch of ‘NJ Partnership for Student Success’ Initiative

The Murphy Administration today announced the launch of the New Jersey Partnership for Student Success (NJPSS), an initiative designed to…

2 months ago

MATRISCIANO: Here is a Statewide Strategic Action Plan for Education in New Jersey

Vince Matrisciano is a certified Project Management Professional, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and Human Capitol Strategist. He has made…

2 months ago

Assemblyman Umba Responds to Murphy’s Tutoring Announcement:

A member of the Assembly Education Committee and prime sponsor of legislation to fund more high-impact tutoring in K-12 schools,…

2 months ago

In One Hour, JerseyCAN’s Director Will School State Assembly On What Our Kids Need To Start Recovering from Covid Learning Loss

Paula White, Executive Director of JerseyCAN, will provide testimony to the Senate Education Committee advocating the importance of high-dosage tutoring…

3 months ago

NJER-TV VIDEO: JerseyCAN’s Paula White Explains Why We Can’t Settle For ‘Feel-Good Decisions’ Amid a Learning Crisis

Today NJER-TV presents the second of a two-part video series where NJ Education Report Editor Laura Waters interviews JerseyCAN Executive…

5 months ago

US Education Secretary Will Visit Camden High School Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 16, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona will wrap up the Road to Success Back to School…

5 months ago

JEFFERSON: Newark Parents, Fed Up With District Schools and Phil Murphy, Demand Educational Change

Reverend David Jefferson, Sr. Esq is the senior pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church, the largest Congregation in the City…

5 months ago

MCKENNA: Pandemic School Closures Erased Student Progress and Heightened Inequities. What Do We Do Now?

Laura McKenna is an education writer based in New Jersey. You can find her at www.lauramckenna.com. This was originally published at…

5 months ago

New Data Shows What Schools Must Do For Kids Far Behind in Reading and Math

About 58% of the students we looked at in K-8 are about 1 to 3 years behind in reading. About…

7 months ago

NJ Education Department Testing Gives High Marks to College Achieve Paterson Students

According to the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) Start Strong tests administered last fall, which measured learning loss suffered…

7 months ago