Students with Disabilities

Asbury Park Lowers 64 Floor: Inside Info on New Grading Rules, Student Suspensions, and Special Education

NJ Education Report has received a trove of new information from Asbury Park, courtesy of inside sources who will remain…

3 months ago

NJ Special Education Schools Get New Business Leader

 Recognizing the many revenue-generating operations of the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ) to offset the cost of tuition,…

3 months ago

South Orange-Maplewood School District Sparks Community’s Ire With Misplaced Priorities

Last year Kate Travers’ son had a wonderful experience in his South Orange-Maplewood School District (SOMA) kindergarten class. His inclusion…

3 months ago

NJ Charter School Association Names Sen. Troy Singleton a Charter School Champion

The New Jersey Public Charter Schools Association (NJPCSA) celebrated the 25th anniversary of the opening of the first charter schools in…

3 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

Young Boy With Down Syndrome Abused by School District, Parents Claim

Two years ago a young boy, who has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome, epilepsy, asthma, post-traumatic stress disorder, hearing loss…

5 months ago

Latest From Newark: Special Education Violations, Plus Charges of Harassment, Racism, and Duplicity

The troubles within Newark Public Schools District continue unabated. Here is the latest: A week ago Superintendent Roger León's office…

5 months ago

NYE: Medically-Fragile New Jersey Students Deserve a Permanent Virtual Learning Option

Deanna Nye is the founder of NJ Parents for Virtual Choice, a group of parents and community members who support…

5 months ago

Parents of Students with Disabilities Win First Round in Case Against Murphy’s Education Department

Once again New Jersey is making national news for its failure to properly serve students with disabilities. Back in 2019---pre-COVID,…

5 months ago

As 60,000 Students Return to Public Charters, Murphy’s Education Department Should Listen to Their Parents

Support among voters and parents for public charter schools is high following student achievement results that proved charter schools accelerated…

6 months ago