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
Convert to charter? Send students to Utah? Write to the Governor? School leaders across NJ contemplate new educational environment.
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.
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