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 ...
The bulk of it the money go toward a plan to support students who have struggled with learning and mental health issues during the pandemic.
The total student loan debt in the state sits at $47.8 billion
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