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Pre-K Expansion, the Silent Partner in the Dems’ School-Funding Scheme

John Mooney | June 23, 2017 | Education

Some $25 million dollars in new aid could mean full-day pre-K for another 2,500 children

Republican Leaders Unveil A School-Funding Plan of Their Own

NJTV News Online | June 23, 2017 | Education
GOP picks up a notable ally in Wendell Steinhauer, president of the NJEA
Sweeney, NJEA Square off in Ugly Brawl About School Funding
John Mooney | June 21, 2017 | Education
Never good friends, the Senate president and the state teachers union punch and counterpunch over $125 million school-aid plan
Christie Says ‘We’ll Have to See’ About Sweeney-Prieto School-Funding Deal
NJTV News Online | June 21, 2017 | Education
Governor says aspects of Democrats’ deal are ‘encouraging’ while others are ‘discouraging and unfair’
Interactive Map: Charting the Ups and Downs of Dems’ School-Aid Plan
John Mooney | June 16, 2017 | Education, Maps, Map of the Week
For critics it’s not just a matter of winners and losers; NJEA dismisses strategy as ‘sick scheme’ for proposing school budget cuts so late in the day
Sweeney, Prieto Agreement Adds $125M to School-Funding Formula
John Mooney | June 15, 2017 | Education
Embattled Democratic leaders shake hands on a deal, but will Christie and the rest of the Legislature buy into their vision?
What Do You Want to Know About How NJ Funds Its Public Schools?
John Mooney | June 15, 2017 | Education
Use our interactive tool to let us know your questions about school funding in the Garden State
State Board Poised to End Control of Jersey City Schools, Newark May Follow
John Mooney | June 8, 2017 | Education
But which state board will make the call? The makeup of the panel is still in flux, and its president and vice president could be ushered out the door
Public Education and the Candidates: Putting the Issues in Perspective
John Mooney | June 2, 2017 | Education, Elections 2017
The hot topics are no secret — funding, PARCC testing, and charter schools — but teasing out where the candidates stand is the real test
Some Unexpected Drama for Staid, State Board of Education
John Mooney | May 26, 2017 | Education
Naming two new members to the panel kicks up some legislative dust as Senators want to interview replacements
Newark Parents’ LIFO Challenge Back in Court on Appeal
John Mooney | May 25, 2017 | Education
Summarily dismissed last month, the appeal turns on the plaintiffs’ allegation that judge didn’t give ‘adequate consideration to harm … being done’
Newark Teachers Union Inks New Contract — without Oprah, Zuckerberg
John Mooney | May 16, 2017 | Education
After more than a year at the bargaining table, NTU walks away with contract that protects performance bonuses, includes raises
Adding It Up: Economic Impact of New Jersey’s Private Colleges
John Reitmeyer | May 11, 2017 | Education
All told, private schools contribute about $3.5 billion to the state’s economy, a sizable chunk of change from 14 public facilities
New Jersey’s Court System Continues to Drive Education Policy
John Mooney | May 4, 2017 | Education
Yesterday’s dismissal of the Newark ‘LIFO’ case and recent decisions continue to show how the court is a force in education in Garden State
Democrats to Christie: No Progress on School-Aid Reform, No Budget
John Mooney | May 3, 2017 | Education
No more debates about fine points of various plans, the Democrats want real movement on funding formula
Fine Print: OLS Releases Analysis of Christie School Budget
John Mooney | April 25, 2017 | Education
Annual budget report details questions about state aid, more
Parents Let Lawmakers Know They’re Unhappy with School Funding
NJTV News Online | April 25, 2017 | Education
As they sat and listened to legislators and education officials debate state aid for New Jersey’s schools, parents made their presence felt
Exploring Christie’s Budget Plan — From the Education Angle
John Mooney | April 24, 2017 | Education
Acting education commissioner Harrington slated to appear today before Assembly committee to speak up for governor’s public education allocations
As Pols Dawdle over School Funding, Here Are the Numbers at Stake
John Mooney | April 18, 2017 | Education
Depending on whose math you follow, districts could be in line for $1 billion to $2 billion
Opinion: Why I Support Betsy DeVos
Dick Zimmer | April 17, 2017 | Education, Opinion
The issue is school choice. The opposition is the teachers unions
Taking a Closer Look at New Jersey DOE School Performance Reports
NJTV News Online | April 12, 2017 | Education
NJ Spotlight education writer John Mooney explains what’s new and why it matters for the latest crop of school report cards
Latest School Performance Reports Put ACT/SAT Results in Perspective
John Mooney | April 5, 2017 | Education
Reports, released yesterday, continue to stress dynamic growth over static snapshots
AGENDA: STATE BOARD TAKES UP SCHOOL MONITORING, AGAIN
John Mooney | April 4, 2017 | Education
State accountability system gets a fresh look, while old topics get last hearing
Will NJ Schools Be Affected by U.S. Top Court Ruling on Special Ed?
John Mooney | March 27, 2017 | Education
State already answers to higher legal standard, but federal ruling should re-emphasize that minimum progress is not enough for special-needs students
78 Days and Counting in Governor’s 100-Day School-Funding Challenge
John Mooney | March 22, 2017 | Education
Christie offered legislators a 100-day window to remake the school-funding formula with him, but so far there have been few takers
Assembly Hopes Senate Will Go Along with PARCC Rollback
John Mooney | March 17, 2017 | Education
Lower chamber wants to eliminate PARCC as graduation requirement for NJ’s public high schools
Push to Expand Public Preschool Likely to Be Part of Budget Battle
John Mooney | March 15, 2017 | Education
Advocates recognize money is tight but argue now’s the time to roll out public pre-K to 100 low-income communities
Is Teacher Preparation in New Jersey Failing Students with Disabilities?
Jackie Mader | The Hechinger Report | March 2, 2017 | Education
Educators say many teachers in the Garden State and elsewhere are unprepared to teach wide range of students
Christie’s School Funding Surprise: Maintain the Status Quo
John Mooney | March 1, 2017 | Budget, Education
Governor pledges 100-day window to work with lawmakers to fix funding, but caps offer with veiled threat if no solution is reached
Building Financial Literacy in High School So Kids Don’t Rack up Huge College Loans
John Reitmeyer | February 28, 2017 | Education
As costs of public and private colleges continue to climb, NJ student are sinking deeper into debt, but learning to be smarter about money can be a huge help
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