Tenure reform, merit pay and charter schools are fast becoming the mainstays of tomorrow’s education policies.
About $270 million is OK’d for 177 districts -- but districts in urban areas still wait for their share.
Governor and union still sparring as state readies team to make final push for federal funds.
Separated by just several miles, disparate districts differ on terms of charter debate but share concerns over future of their schools.
The Great Recession is no more profoundly felt than by New Jersey's children, 253,684 of whom were living with families receiving food stamps in 2009. ...
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.
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