Prior dispute over teachers union and Race to the Top application may have cost New Jersey $400 million -- and Schundler his job.
Tables turned, public schools across the Garden State are told to disclose how they evaluate faculty -- and then there’s the little issue of posting ...
Reports from panel of reviewers show where NJ gained and lost -- and maybe tripped up
Only three points kept NJ out of the winner’s circle, but a close review of its application reveals many categories where it came up short.
Newark earns the very highest rank for urban districts in the country, with 75 percent of black males graduating in 2008.
Millburn brings aboard two new administrators while struggling with unofficial salary caps and new rules regarding tenure.
Charter schools are catching on in the suburbs, while school vouchers are racking up more backing across the state. Stay ahead of these and other ...
New Jersey looks at ways to fix the school funding crisis. This special package of resources will keep you well-informed on possible approaches.
At annual NJEA conference, the main focus is on how to fight back politically.
Standing-room-only meeting wasn’t just about Superintendent Charles Epps. It was a test case for the Christie administration.
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