Getting the legislature to sign on to Cap 2.0 was a long, arduous process. Achieving accord on the next 32 proposals doesn’t look much easier.
High hopes for rapid passage of Opportunity Scholarship Act brought low by competing interests and additional proposals.
Politicians on both side of the aisle question the need for school budget votes -- as long as the budget stays within the 2 percent ...
Task force says private sector should play bigger role in public preschool programs.
Even as Gov. Christie restores some funding to after-school programs, those same programs are scrambling to make up shortfalls and keep their kids off the ...
School leaders, citing ‘extraordinary costs,’ call the issue critical as Assembly prepares for Monday vote on 2 percent property tax cap.
Stellar results on the state’s Quality Single Accountability Continuum raise concerns over what’s being evaluated: compliance or education
Statehouse surprise could prove a tough hit for battered school budgets.
How much does your state-employed neighbor make? A new tracking tool from the NJ Department of Treasury might tell you.
Senate President Stephen Sweeney is now 'more than willing' to negotiate exemptions and adjustments with the Governor.