Review of state data shows that students of color lack the same instruction options during the pandemic as do their white counterparts
The celebrations and self-congratulations are real; unfortunately, the data shows that Newark’s educational successes don’t measure up
Sweeney-Prieto may have good intentions, but its consequences could be dire for some districts
The sweltering weather has made it all too clear that New Jersey’s politicians have no real interest in giving teachers safe, comfortable working conditions
We need to see the governor’s proposal for what it really is: a cynical ploy to court voters on the far right
What is PARCC telling us about New Jersey schools that we can’t learn from NJASK results? Nothing.
Governor’s pursuit of GOP nomination leaves little time for his home state, and has pushed his political agenda more and more to the right
Founders and operators of charters mean well, author believes, but charter system leads to further segregation of education
After several years of intensive preparation for standards, governor adds injury to insult for school districts across the state
Complex online tests can’t address chronic school underfunding, segregation, and poverty
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