Union negotiated with district to revamp how administrators score teachers during observations, accounting for the constraints of online instruction
District’s attendance rate for online classes differs drastically from what several teachers said they experienced this spring
Getting devices into the hands of students is only the first step in bridging the digital divide. Remote access and even out-of-warranty gear can make ...
Local teachers union had called on district to ‘hit pause’ on its plan for mix of in-person and remote learning
Newark Teachers Union Urges Delay of In-Person Learning, Adding to Growing Push for All-Remote School Reopening
Decision reverses earlier position. Union president says, ‘In the last three weeks, morale shot down to the basement and fear shot through the roof’
The Newark school district has given families until Aug. 14 to decide between remote or in-person learning for their children
New Jersey Families Were Promised $416 per Child in Coronavirus Food Benefits. Some Are Still Waiting
In-state bureaucratic delays have held up payment of emergency food assistance that Congress approved months ago
Small number of students and teachers returned to classrooms for summer school, offering a glimpse of what schools might look like with in-person learning
Student test scores and graduation rate improved under state oversight. Enrollment shrank as charter schools grew
The most vexing logistical questions concern how to maintain adequate social distance between people inside school buildings
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