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The governor's decision to keep schools open puts him at odds with the state’s largest teachers union and one of his most trusted supporters, the ...
A recent survey of 600 parents across the state found great disparities between the experience of affluent, white parents and low-income parents of color. Experts ...
University Heights Charter School puts lessons learned about remote teaching to work for a second time as second wave of COVID-19 hits Newark
As more and more schools take an all virtual approach, families in low-income neighborhoods are feeling it most.
The report also points out that economic conditions are worsened for Black and brown students, whose schools already suffer the most from underfunding.
High schoolers share challenges of attending school remotely during a virtual chat with Ras Baraka, a former principal of Central High School
Not all educators agree with the state’s approach
The approaching winter could require districts to adapt their special education learning environments
Department of Education data shows continuing trend toward at least some in-person instruction
Instructional plans approved by the state Department of Education as of Nov. 5, 2020
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