NJ’s acting education commissioner ‘still processing the best way to discuss these events with students’
Change, which governor says is necessitated by extraordinary school year, was backed by NJEA
In relatively rare instance of using executive order to drive school policy, governor also eases teacher evaluations, rules for new teachers
“Learning loss” is troubling byproduct of the pandemic, but educators and administrators haven’t rushed to be part of state’s assessments
Move to end state control came years ago, but exit process proved difficult
When and how to address the toll the pandemic has taken on education, dealing with the digital divide, finding requisite funding and resuming testing looming ...
Throughout the year in New Jersey education progress was made and technology gaps closed, but many of the same problems persist as the academic calendar ...
Miguel Cardona’s Hispanic heritage and his stand on testing, diversity, learning loss and charters sound good to state’s educators — but it’s very early days
Reimagining child care in New Jersey, funding and access
‘Right now, there really isn’t a Republican Party in a functioning sense’
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