Music, art, theater all have ‘critical impact on our kids,’ educators say as they look to work within COVID-19 guidance
Newark appears to be the first large district in New Jersey to adopt universal testing
The gap between Gov. Murphy’s sound bites about school funding and the reality can be measured in the millions that some districts have lost during ...
Only 1 in 3 students is projected to be on grade level in English language arts, and less than 1 in 4 students is projected ...
Sweeney bill prompts districts to study regionalization as it heads toward law
School district leaders, researchers, and service providers list their priorities
New Jersey classrooms can lower their social distancing rules from 6 feet to 3 feet, with masks and hand washing.
For some districts, it’s the difference between bringing most, if not all, of their students back into the building.
The COVID-19 challenges remain, some say, but worth the effort to end year in school
As hundreds of NJ schools struggle to reopen for in-person learning, Gov. Murphy calls Hoboken a ‘bright light’