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Opinion: Christie Likely to Survive 'Bridgegate' -- Though Not Unscathed
Carl Golden | January 14, 2014 | Opinion
Governor has taken a major hit to his credibility, reputation, and second-term effectiveness
Opinion: A County-Wide Approach to Desegregating NJ Schools
Laura Waters | January 13, 2014 | Education, Opinion
Could magnet schools may be a way for all students to cross district boundaries to get the education they deserve?
Opinion: Big and Small Thinking at the Port Authority
Dick Zimmer | January 10, 2014 | Opinion, Politics
What causes “abject stupidity” and why do grand ideas work out badly?
Op-Ed: A Successful Education Needs All the Right Inputs
Ross Danis | January 6, 2014 | Opinion
Education is no different than most important things in life: the quality of what goes in is inseparable from the quality of what comes out
Opinion: Hustling History--When Truth is Better than Fiction
Dick Zimmer | December 19, 2013 | Opinion
Why can't filmmakers see the story in history?
Op-Ed: Framing the Future of Education Policy in New Jersey
Janellen Duffy | December 16, 2013 | Opinion
A new 'Framework for Excellence' can help guide governor and legislators through the next stage of education reform
Op-Ed: Earned Sick Time Means Healthier Employees and Businesses
Ahmad Yousaf | December 13, 2013 | Opinion
Without paid sick time, workers are typically forced to choose between getting better or getting paid
Opinion: Can the Democrats Cash in on George Washington 'Bridgegate'?
Carl Golden | December 12, 2013 | Opinion
Gov. Christie's far too savvy to let a bungled traffic-flow study slow down his political machine
The Passing of Richard Sullivan: The End of an Era in the Garden State
Michael Catania | December 11, 2013 | Energy & Environment, Opinion
The first commissioner of the state DEP was the father of the environmental movement in New Jersey -- and a hero to many
Opinion: Sweeney Starts to Gather Strength for Possible Governor Bid
Carl Golden | December 2, 2013 | Opinion
Senate president is already making the right moves to clear the field of other candidates, and his political allies are lending a hand
Opinion: The New Economic Development -- Not All of Us Can Be Hipsters
Roland V. Anglin | November 26, 2013 | Opinion
Pushing well-prepared urban students toward higher-education is one way to establish a home-grown creative class
Op-Ed: New Census Data Confirms Real Poverty is Rampant in New Jersey
Raymond Castro | November 20, 2013 | Opinion
According to the recent Supplemental Poverty Measure, one in seven residents is living in poverty
Op-Ed: Spirit of Giving Alive in New Jersey and Enriching Our Communities
Peter Rooney | November 15, 2013 | Opinion
One of the keys to generosity is to finding a charity that is close to our hearts
Opinion: One Healthcare Doughnut Hole Closes, but Another One Opens in NJ
Joel Cantor | November 14, 2013 | Healthcare, Opinion, Social
Outreach and public education are critical if state's Medicaid expansion is to reach the bulk of uninsured New Jerseyans
Opinion: Appellate Court Ruling Hits the Poor Where They Live
R. William Potter | November 13, 2013 | Opinion
Decision strips New Jersey builders of economic impetus to erect low- and no-income housing
Opinion: Christie Suffers Rare Setback in Attempt to Push Kean Aside
Carl Golden | November 12, 2013 | Opinion, More Issues, Politics, Elections 2013
Blocking governor -- and Senate President Sweeney -- GOP reaffirms right to name its own legislative leadership
Opinion: What Happened to Long Coattails in Gubernatorial Elections?
Dick Zimmer | November 8, 2013 | Opinion
Tom Kean's decisive 1985 win profoundly changed the makeup of the state Legislature, while Christie's landslide has left it nearly untouched
Opinion: An Invisible Woman, Income Inequality and Innovative Investment
Cornell Williams Brooks | November 6, 2013 | Opinion
Social Covenant Bonds -- putting people to work
Op-Ed Photo Essay: Documenting New Jersey's Crumbling Schools
Mo Kinberg | October 24, 2013 | Education, Opinion
Exhibit staged on Statehouse steps turns lens on widespread disrepair resulting from years of inaction
Op-Ed: Working together to Stop the Revolving Door at New Jersey Hospitals
Andrew Miller | October 22, 2013 | Healthcare, Opinion
Healthcare coalitions help keep discharged patients healthy, safe, and at home -- enjoying life on their own terms
Opinion: Buono Needs to Hit Christie Where He's Vulnerable -- Property Taxes
Carl Golden | October 21, 2013 | Opinion
Voters don't seem concerned about the governor's national ambitions, why does the Democratic challenger keep trying to push that button?
Opinion: Add Some Real Muscle to 'Stronger than the Storm' Catchphrase
R. William Potter | October 18, 2013 | Opinion, Sandy
A new grassroots coalition offers actionable ways to help forestall global climate change by curbing greenhouse gas emissions
Opinion: Buono Goes Toe to Toe With Christie, Gives Better Than She Got
Michael Aron | October 17, 2013 | Opinion
The second debate saw a new Democratic challenger -- passionate, articulate, and relentlessly on message
Op-Ed: And Now for the Good News, Medicaid Expansion Is Right on Schedule
Raymond Castro | October 17, 2013 | Opinion
There's far more to healthcare reform in NJ than computer glitches and interminable delays
Op-Ed: Government Shutdown Reveals Politicians Out of Touch With Voters
Peter S. Reinhart | October 16, 2013 | Opinion, Politics
'Safe' districts emphasize party loyalty above everything else, including the will of the people
Opinion: The Federal Government Shutdown, Looking at the Longer Run
Dick Zimmer | October 15, 2013 | Opinion
Regardless of short-term effect of government shutdown on public opinion, next year's election could still be a referendum on President Obama
Op-Ed: An Independent Task Force to Assess Judicial Independence
Dorothea O’C. Wefing and Maurice Gallipoli | October 8, 2013 | Opinion
State Bar Association seeks to identify missteps that led to current stalemate over appointments to New Jersey courts
Op-Ed: New Jersey Public Schools -- Separate, Unequal, and Unfair
Julia Sass Rubin | October 3, 2013 | Opinion
Policies that disproportionately harm and disenfranchise communities of color are incapable of improving either educational achievement or equity
Opinion: Same-Sex Marriage Poses No Political Threat to Gov. Christie
Carl Golden | October 2, 2013 | Opinion
Governor already has effective strategies mapped, regardless of how the issue plays out
Op-Ed: College and University-Based Teacher Education in New Jersey -- A Rejoinder
Joelle Tutela, Nora Krieger, Rose Rudnitski, Christopher Campisano and Vicki Cohen | September 27, 2013 | Opinion
New Jersey’s teacher education programs realize theory and research must inform practice