Even as in-school transmission remains low, some districts are pushing back reopening dates.
The city is tightening application rules. Charter school advocates aren’t happy
COVID-19 cases are trending downward in New Jersey, causing some schools to reopen their doors to students and staff.
There is uncertainty over what support districts can expect from the Murphy administration as overwhelming financial pressures continue
Layoffs, enrollment declines and students’ financial difficulties are among challenges, school leaders tell state Senate committee
Up-to-date Instructional plans approved by the state Department of Education
The bill would update the learning standards to include the effects of THC and more.
The plan, which will address the district’s looming structural deficit, will require difficult decisions
While no closures have been made official, Camden superintendent Katrina McCombs confirmed that shrinking enrollment and dwindling funds are reasons that there will be eventual ...
New Jersey ranks 13th in the country in terms of human trafficking cases.
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