New Jersey


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NJEA’s political power goes beyond money
Oct 27, 8:15 AM: In the past three years, New Jersey’s largest teachers union has poured more than $15 million into its effort to reelect Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy. That number dwarfs contributions made by any other group in a state long >
See How This LEAD Charter School Graduate is Using Their Skills to Pursue a Career in Construction
Oct 27, 7:56 AM: A path to earning a successful career wasn’t always quite clear to Shenell Bagot. Not knowing what to pursue a degree in after high school, Bagot felt stuck and apprehensive about dropping thousands of dollars on a college >
A Faith-Based After-School Program for Underprivileged Kids Gets Impressive Results
Oct 26, 6:31 AM: The organization offers tutoring and music lessons to 100 first- through eighth-graders combined at 240 Fairmount Ave. and P.S. 22 — with a third site in Greenville on the way. (Carter explained that the religious group >
N.J. parent group continues to press Murphy on virtual school option
Oct 21, 8:20 AM: Nearly two months into the new school year, a group of New Jersey parents continues to push Gov. Phil Murphy to reconsider his decision to bar virtual learning options for public schools.
With a college mindset and character education, these scholars attend one of the few suburban N.J. charters
Oct 20, 9:26 AM:

When Richard Wilson Jr. told his wife in 2007 he wanted to start a charter school in South Jersey, she laughed — and then helped him launch the Benjamin Banneker Preparatory Charter School.

Gov. Murphy, NJ teacher union heads reportedly caught maskless despite mandate
Oct 13, 6:13 AM: A New Jersey teachers union posted, and then quickly deleted, online photos that show its leaders and Gov. Phil Murphy going maskless at a fundraising event, according to reports.
New Jersey teacher says her stomach was 'churning' following union demand to log students' vaccination status
Oct 11, 10:17 AM: Jennifer Mess, a New Jersey public school teacher, said Sunday on ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ that her stomach was "churning" after watching a teachers union training video enticing her and her colleagues to log the >
Learning Community Charter School to Celebrate Indigenous People in the United States
Oct 11, 9:16 AM: Student’s at Jersey City’s Learning Community Charter School (LCCS) will be using Columbus Day to celebrate and learn about the culture and history of indigenous people in the United States.
NJ teachers union tips the balance in race for governor
Oct 8, 8:24 AM: With just four weeks until election day, Phil Murphy doesn't just lead his GOP challenger in the polls, he leads with six times more money on hand to spend on a final push for voters.
Parents getting refunds for busing costs after N.J. district cuts back on who can get a ride
Sep 30, 8:18 AM: There is no rubric to deal with the national bus driver shortage plaguing many school districts across New Jersey. So, they’re trying different tactics.
Newark Church And Charter School Working Together To Provide Free, ‘High Dosage’ Tutoring To Students On Saturdays
Sep 21, 8:48 AM: A church and a charter school in New Jersey are teaming up to close the learning gap widened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
University Heights Charter School in Newark Continues to Expand
Sep 21, 8:37 AM: A sure sign that the growth of the University Heights Charter School continues to blossom took center stage on Saturday, Sept. 18, in downtown Newark.
N.J. schools will require a new graduation test starting this spring
Sep 10, 11:47 AM: New Jersey schools will administer a new mandatory graduation exam this spring for high school juniors, beginning with the Class of 2023.
Covid turning New Jersey’s nonpartisan school boards into political lightning rods
Sep 10, 11:41 AM: School board meetings throughout New Jersey are becoming political battlegrounds, as parents and community members wage war over Covid mitigation strategies, curriculum decisions and ideological beliefs.
Newark Public Charter Schools ‘COVID-19 Compact’ Aims to Ensure Safety, Transparency for Families
Sep 10, 11:29 AM: Newark charter school leaders and advocates have teamed up to announce a set of common safety standards and expectations for parents heading into this school year.
Private schools, charter schools in Newark prepare for delta variant
Sep 3, 10:16 AM: As charter and private schools around Newark either prepare to open their doors or have already begun the school year, each has taken an approach to COVID-19 to try to ensure they can reopen at full capacity. >
Can my K-12 kid take a ‘gap year’ and skip school this year?
Aug 30, 12:03 PM: Mandatory masks. Crowded cafeterias. Classrooms full of unvaccinated elementary school students. Rising Delta variant cases. And no option for remote learning.
Nearly half of Newarkers who responded to FDU poll support charter schools
Aug 27, 8:11 AM: A Farleigh Dickinson University poll found that 48% of 1,100 Newark respondents thought charter schools have been good for the city’s students, while 13% said they’ve been bad for them.
More than 100 teachers leave N.J. district. Union says number is ‘troubling.’
Aug 20, 3:03 PM: The Paterson school district is rushing to replace a growing number of resigning and retiring teachers with less than three weeks before students return to classrooms, many for the first time in 18 months.
New Jersey parents seek a virtual option for school this year despite Gov’s ‘unequivocal
Aug 18, 2:49 PM: A group of New Jersey parents who want Gov. Phil Murphy to keep the remote learning option available has collected 11,000 signatures for a petition they hope to send him soon.



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