Examining the widely varying approaches to the upcoming school year and how best practices can be determined and shared
Racial, economic disparities are driving calls for health care to be made more equitable
Exploring how progress can be made toward alleviating racial disparities in health care as New Jersey recovers from the pandemic
With the national focus on social justice, Sen. Cory Booker, community and environmental advocates and an energy executive discuss how to advance environmental justice
As the state closely considers two bills that would transform environmental justice from important issue to legal statute, how should stakeholders map out the future?
Cultural leaders come to grips with the effects of the pandemic on arts programming
In this latest ‘School’s Out’ roundtable, a superintendent, parent and two teachers evaluate three months of distance learning — and what went right
With remote instruction now nearing the three-month mark, there is growing interest in assessing and sharing what works and how to broadly implement best practices
Representatives from government, business and policy organizations discuss how the Garden State should face its new and longer-term economic challenges
Life-and-death medical decisions can be agonizingly difficult, as this virtual roundtable revealed. Guidelines must start with patients and their families, doctors and ethicists
Key issues raised by the pandemic — including how health care and state institutions decide priorities in care, staffing and supply allocation — are explored ...