The Urban Hope Act gives George Norcross just what he wants, a way to clean up Camden.
Mechanistically linking test scores to teacher evaluations means trouble not accountability.
NJ wants out of No Child Left Behind. Does it have anything better to offer?
The war of words about school reform makes meaningful dialogue impossible.
When educators are silent, the governor's barbs and soundbites are all the more convincing.
In capping superintendent salaries, the Christie administration seems to have forgotten the basic rule of supply and demand.
For the Department of Education, evaluating teachers is apparently neither science nor art.
The court and the governor could have used Abbott to help all poor kids. Now it's up to the legislature.
By opting to charge illegal aliens triple tuition, the County College of Morris takes a big step backward.
By assuming all poor kids are the same, the DOE can "prove" charters are better.