Schools get details of plan to postpone standardized tests and word on what to expect in the new school year
The strategy is working, securing 80 new substitutes in a district that spent half the year with a shortage of 100 staff positions.
Education leaders can now focus intensively on solutions to accelerate student learning and replicate the great work already underway across the state
Now comes the adjustment of teaching to two groups, the roomies and zoomies, and getting kids who’ve fallen behind back to grade level.
Newark schools opened on a hybrid plan for in-person instruction two days a week.
Millions of Americans owe an estimated $1.5 trillion in student loan debt.
Acting education commissioner Allen-McMillan makes debut appearance at Senate budget committee, fields questions about spending plan, districts losing aid under new funding plan
In a bit of a surprise, the Murphy administration has won permission from the federal government to hold off on the state’s student testing program ...
NJ releases annual school report card. NJ Spotlight News lets you search for graduation rates
The process of defining the new normal begins Monday.
The challenge of returning to school must be weighed against the impact on students of remote learning
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