Did ‘political payback’ matter more to Murphy and Repollet than the wishes of parents desperate for alternatives to poorly-performing public schools?
Follow the money behind two-pronged legal and academic attack. Realize the endgame is a moratorium on charters
Promising to scrap PARCC on Day 1 made for a good sound bite, but it makes for bad education policy
As state high-school graduation rates continue to climb, we need to assess if we're doing our grads a grave disservice
Academic improvement, higher standards for students and educators, parent empowerment through school choice signal hard-won cohesion for a fractured district in a fragmented state
It’s easy to mock the soon-to-be-ex governor; it’s harder to admit he’s leaving NJ’s public schools in better shape than he found them
A wonk-free assessment of the Every Student Succeeds Act and how it can refocus discussions about New Jersey schools onto more accurate rankings of quality ...
Accusations that charters don’t want to deal with special-ed costs and challenges are getting us — and our children — nowhere
Lakewood public school students — black, Latino, and economically disadvantaged — are deprived of their constitutionally guaranteed thorough and efficient of education
A recently approved bill commits nearly $17 million in state money to busing the town’s Orthodox Jewish students who attend yeshivas or private day schools