Cami Anderson says she'll be doing a lot of listening to the people in Newark's classrooms -- students and teachers.
With the deadline to spend ARRA funds fast approaching, school districts are being advised to use it or lose it.
Does governor's unwillingness to relinquish control fly in the face of state's formal process on when to step in -- and out?
Looming layoffs, parent activists, charter schools and an unhappy teachers union are just a few of the challenges awaiting Newark's new superintendent.
Changes in BOE administrative code would ease the way for school superintendents who do not have state certification.
Gov. Christie has made teacher evaluation a hot-button issue, but his proposed changes will also affect more than 2,000 New Jersey school principals.
For NJ educators involved with a pioneering 9/11 curriculum package, the death of Osama bin Laden is more than a teachable moment.
Although only 11 districts asked voters to decide on second questions, over 70 percent of those posed were approved.
On the docket for the Board of Education's monthly public meeting: superintendent certification, key department personnel and teacher evaluations.
Light voter turnout revives various plans to move school elections to a more auspicious date.