If the Garden State is truly committed to education reform, it will find another commissioner cut from the same cloth
School choice may survive on life support; vouchers, extended days, and seniority-blind layoffs are pretty much dead on the table
Could magnet schools may be a way for all students to cross district boundaries to get the education they deserve?
Teaching to the test is not necessarily a bad thing, nor is the use of data to evaluate teaching effectiveness.
If enough GOP candidates are carried along for the ride, it could put vouchers, seniority-based tenure, and even Abbott v. Burke within reach.
New measures of success will ultimately rehash familiar news about education inequities, inadequacies.
One of the few things educators and administrators agree on: charter schools need multiple authorizers.
Now that Christie has wrung the bloat out of OSA, it may finally start making a difference to poor kids.
Right now, access to special education is ensured only for the richest and the poorest school districts.
New study indicates Camden students flourish when moved out of dysfunctional schools and neighborhoods.