Gov. Phil Murphy plans to increase funds for the Community College Opportunity Grant program
The proposed budget bumps up school aid by $600 million, but some 200 districts will see cuts despite — they argue — having to come ...
We must continually collect and analyze student achievement data to ensure we are truly closing learning and achievement gaps for all students across the state
The money is planned to get the state back on a seven-year track to fully fund the school aid formula.
The Mount Olive school district will return to full-day in-person classes on March 22
In this virtual roundtable, participants — including acting education commissioner — go beyond buzzwords to assess how to best reach students now and post-pandemic
Governor's financial priorities in his reelection year — school aid, pension payments, tax relief and health benefits
Some school districts have embraced testing as a way to ease families’ fears and appease teachers unions
An independent report on the Tuition Aid Grant program — the most generous in the country — details the program’s ‘positive effects’
Parents in the South Orange Maplewood school district are demanding a return to full, in-person learning.
Title: Assessment Administration Waiver Request Author: Acting education commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan, letter to U.S. Department of Education What is it: The letter is to be ...
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