At the half-century mark, Rutgers’ MSP has transformed the face of legal education at the school where it began and across the country
Even as Newark may be poised to resume local control, it's not clear how many schools will be returned and whether state operation actually has ...
The state’s persistent failure to fully fund its own formula has compounded the fiscal plight of low- and moderate-wealth school districts
Both schemes highlight deep problems with New Jersey’s school-funding system, but neither is the right solution
Purported deal announced by Christie and Baraka has no real legal standing, raises questions about choice for next superintendent
Mounting evidence indicates that charter schools can’t live up to their hype
The state is home to one school system that is urban and populated by poor students of color; another, suburban and populated by well-to-do white ...
In at least three recent instances involving the state's public education system, Christie has threatened to act in a lawless manner.