School Closures

TANTILLO: New Jersey Parents, We Have a Reading Problem

Sarah Tantillo, Ed.D. is the author of “The Literacy Cookbook” and “Hit the Drum: An Insider’s Account of How the Charter School…

2 hours 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

LILLEY: Blue States Had More School Closures and More Learning Loss — Just Like NJ under Gov. Murphy

The 74 conducted a study of the relative learning loss in Democratic (Blue) and Republican (Red) states and found that Red states offered almost…

2 months ago

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

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

The Source of Learning Loss Is a Rigid, Inequitable System That Puts Adults First; Next Steps

The Center for Reinventing Education (CRPE) is the go-to resource for K-12 education since the onset of the pandemic, collecting…

5 months ago

LILLEY: Learning Loss Is Real, but Our Governor Is AWOL

“Where is Gov. Murphy?” asks the Star-Ledger editorial board, noting that our governor is essentially AWOL when it comes to addressing learning…

5 months ago

What Do We REALLY Think About Sex Ed? New Survey Sheds Light on Controversial Issues in Schools

Populace, a think tank that "blends research with grassroots advocacy," just issued the results of a national quantitative survey about…

5 months ago

Just-Released National Test Scores Show How School Closures Decimated Student Learning Over Last Two Years

Today the National Assessment for Educational Progress, or NAEP, released test scores for fourth-graders, mostly nine years old, and they…

5 months ago

BREAKING: The New Jersey Sex Ed Wars Aren’t Really About Sex

Anyone reading New Jersey media this morning–or, in fact, most days for the past couple of months—could be forgiven for…

6 months ago