Over the last two years as schools have responded to COVID-19 disruptions, parents, grandparents, and guardians have had a never-seen-before look at what happens in
Here’s Newark Public Schools Superintendent Roger León at last week’s School Board meeting: “As it relates to bomb threats, if there would have been one
According to recently released data from the New Jersey Department of Education, over the last two years enrollment in the state’s K-12 public school system
While the NJEA wants to claim that learning loss did not really occur, a new study by Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research sheds some much-needed light on
‘Doing Less Was Not an Option.’ How One New Jersey Charter School Kept Kids Learning No Matter What.
Note: Achievers Early College Prep is one of seven high-performing public charters with previously-approved expansions that the Murphy Administration’s Education Department recently reversed. Currently 90
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal ran a feature story on New Jersey voters who, once loyal Democrats, are so frustrated with their Party’s pandemic policies
ANALYSIS: Two Percent of Newark 4th-Graders Will Meet Expectations in Math. Do We Blame Covid or Newark Leaders?
Last week news broke that 98% of Newark fourth-graders are not expected to meet state expectations in math this spring. This alarming projection didn’t come
Newark Public Schools District just released the most recent scores on the in-district assessments that measure student learning. According to Patrick Wall at Chalkbeat, “Newark
Rachel Keane of West Orange is a registered nurse and mother of two children, ages 2 and 5. This was first published at nj.com. At
Dr. Symeon Retalis is a Professor of Learning Design Models for Technology-Enhanced Lifelong Learning Environments at the University of Piraeus, Greece. The education sector has