Educational proficiency plan aims to remedy problems before they become incurable.
An expedited application and approval process is drawing out-of-state charter school networks to New Jersey.
Four little words -- ‘last hired, first fired’ -- protect teachers, but do they plague reform?
At 75, Willa Spicer isn’t retiring, and promises to stay close to public education issues.
Determining what Newark spends each year on its students can depend on what’s being counted -- and who’s doing the counting.
New report shows where New Jersey's uninsured reside, where to target.
New Jersey's charters face funding inequities, facilities shortages and sometimes resentment from suburban host districts – for starters.
Son of a Chicago union organizer, Carlos Perez readily admits that his background was a great preparation for his current career.
Elysian Charter to host Gov. Christie as he fills in his school choice philosophy.
Suddenly the governor’s ideas are starting to sound almost mainstream, but implementation challenges remain.
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