Murphy Administration

What Does Murphy’s Flip-Flop on Charters Mean for Asbury Park Students?

Last week’s announcement that the Murphy Administration's Education Department had approved 78% of charter expansion applications provoked giddy relief after…

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JerseyCAN’s Paula White: Today the Murphy Administration Did the Right Thing

The New Jersey Public Charter School Association announced this morning that the New Jersey Department of Education awarded the approval…

4 days ago

BREAKING: Murphy Administration Approves Expansions of 11 Public Charters Schools!

Yesterday, the Murphy Administration granted approval for 11 high-performing public charter schools to offer more grade levels and seats for…

4 days ago

Murphy Administration Offers $350 Million for High-Priority School Construction Projects

The Murphy Administration today announced the upcoming availability of $350 million for high-priority capital projects in school districts throughout the…

2 weeks ago

Murphy’s Education Department Says It’s Not Their Problem When Districts Don’t Follow Special Education Law

The New Jersey Department of Education says it is not currently monitoring whether school districts are complying with a state…

3 weeks ago

LILLEY: The Truth Will Out, Even as Murphy Tries to Bury It

Gov. Murphy gave his State of the State speech last week and there was a lot of talk about New…

3 weeks ago

Why Does Gov. Murphy Hate Charter Schools? Here’s One Answer.

Today the Wall Street Journal has an editorial (paywalled) called "Why Does New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Hate Charter Schools?"…

4 weeks ago

BREAKING NEWS: Murphy Will Replace Education Commissioner

According to sources who will remain anonymous, Gov. Phil Murphy has decided to fire his Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan.…

1 month ago

LILLEY: New Jersey’s Financial Condition Is Dead Last in the Nation

Despite federal pandemic relief funds, record tax revenues and a lot of happy talk from Gov. Murphy, New Jersey’s long-term…

2 months ago

Murphy’s Education Department Releases ‘User-Unfriendly’ Test Scores Available to Those With ‘Significant Excel Knowledge’

Politico NJ has published its take on the New Jersey Education Department's release of district-by-district state test scores which students…

2 months ago