Guidance counselors working in closets and a circa 1950 heating system are just two of the reasons that the principal and staff of Jersey City ...
Latest filing prompts speculation about arguments, alliances and justices hearing the case, not to mention the eventual decision.
Districts bid for federal money to fund solutions to 32 low-performing schools, including—for some—closing. Newark provides a case study.
Senate President Steve Sweeney characterizes governor's comments about naming a majority of the state's highest court 'scary' and 'very dangerous.'
Schundler cites improvements before Senate committee, though some members express continued concern over controversial exam.
Bold reform or union backing or both: Is there a formula for finishing in the money for Race to the Top?
Alternative High School Assessment scores and rules challenge educators -- and would-be graduates trying to meet requirements for diploma.
Schools Development Authority seeks action on projects that in some cases have been stalled for years.
Governor’s move on Race to the Top application raises questions on commissioner, programs and prospects of federal aid.
As the finance guru of the Office of Legislative Services, David Rosen wears many hats and answers to many titles, including Dr. Rosen. Just don't ...
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