With federal funds largely spent and budget cuts taking effect, school districts statewide mull their options.
Can capping superintendent salaries save the Garden State $10 million a year? That depends on who's doing the arithmetic
The head of New Jersey’s association of school superintendents, when Richard Bozza says he relishes challenges and unpredictability he’s talking about his golf game.
Schundler tells county officials to start imposing new limits immediately.
Review determines that $1.6 billion in federal funds has largely gone to staffing, training and technology, just as intended.
QSAC’s three-year review results in hard numbers for 576 districts across the state.
Signing on was just the start. Next up for NJ: developing a matching model curriculum.
The Education Law Center takes its epic legal battle to the Christie camp, arguing that school budget cuts are unconstitutional.
Educators from across NJ have created lesson plans dealing with 9-11, but is there time in the school day to teach their curriculum?
New plan would limit superintendent salaries to $175,000 -- just what the governor earns -- and could go as low as $120,000