The Education Transformation Task Force has published its final report, replete with some victories but more omissions.
Arguments about virtual charters seem to be more about territory than education.
Despite the bold rhetoric, New Jersey isn't best suited to sweeping changes and lengthy strides.
The key to successful charters: keep the focus on the kids, keep the unions happy.
With its tiered approach to education inequities, the Christie administration may be on the right track.
It's time for NJ to catch up with the rest of the country and recognize charters as the natural ally to traditional school districts.
Thanks to education reform, the familiar, well-traveled thoroughfare is a thing of the past.
Melding local governance and state authority in the service of disadvantaged kids.
Surely, the state's school system is robust enough to serve all of its students -- rich and poor.
New Jersey's preferred mode of "negotiation" has already cost us the Race to the Top.