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“It is unfortunate that the school district has been placed in an awkward position with political implications," O'Neill
“Because of lack of resources, lack of protection for these children, I was forced to pull him out [of traditional public
In early February, the ELC filed a lawsuit against the state DOE for failing to ensure that Newark and 30 other school districts
Photos of Trenton Central High School were included in an exhibit stationed in front of the New Jersey State House in October
What do 'we people' want, Governor Christie? We want our schools back. We want to teach. We want to be allowed to help these
The series takes a swipe at the state's School Development Authority, or SDA, a public agency that receives direction from
The statement added that the district solicitor is reviewing the decision, mentioning how the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010
Christie's commercial emphasizes a bipartisan approach. All year, Christie has touted an ability to work with leaders in
I have long been perplexed by the dilemma that test-driven "reform" created. Teachers cannot remain silent as our integrity is assailed and as corporate "reformers" follow their marketing plan and launch one outrageous attack on public schools after another.
The immediate damage of the cap policy is harder to measure or see, but the longer-term loss is very great. New Jersey cannot continue to provide excellent local education without strong, adequately compensated leaders.