Sexual Education

Sex Education Politics Reach the NJ Legislature, Forestalling One of Murphy’s State Board Nominees

Ed. Note: The NJ Senate Judiciary Committee was supposed to vote today on Gov. Phil Murphy's appointment to the State…

6 days ago

How Close is Murphy to Firing His Education Commissioner?

Last week NJ Education Report broke the news that Acting Education Commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillen was on her way out, possibly…

3 weeks ago

Ministry Asks State Board To Change Policy Mandating Students Be Separated by Gender Identity During Sex Education

This is a press release from the New Jersey Family Policy Center, which is asking the State Board of Education…

4 weeks ago

TESTA: It’s Time for NJEA Leaders To Take a Hard Look in the Mirror

New Jersey State Senator Michael Testa Jr. serves New Jersey’s 1st Legislative District – all of Cape May County and…

2 months 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

OROHO, PENNACCHIO, SCHEPISI: Gender Identity on State Board’s Agenda Again with New Proposal Impacting Sex Ed Classes

Senate Republican Leader Steven Oroho, Senator Joe Pennacchio, and Senator Holly Schepisi said the State Board of Education should focus…

2 months ago

How Did Anti-Sex Ed School Board Candidates Do in New Jersey? Answers Here.

Politico has analyzed the success of New Jersey school board candidates who espoused platforms decrying Covid-masking and vaccination policies and…

2 months ago

LILLEY: Hunterdon Teachers Decry Superintendent’s Decision to Cancel Learning For a Drag Queen Show

A friendly teacher sent Sunlight a copy of a letter written by a reportedly “large group” of Hunterdon Central Regional…

3 months ago

Midterms Prove Murphy Administration’s Fixation on Culture Wars Is a Losing Ticket

Between “Don’t Say Gay” in Florida and “Drag Queen Story-Telling” for New Jersey first-graders (featured at last week’s NJEA Convention:…

3 months ago

COMMENTARY: New Jersey Parents Face Off Against a Education Department That’s Too Dense to Care

A new bill in the New Jersey Senate would make state finances “readily accessible to the public,” says Senate Budget…

3 months ago