06/27/18 Supreme Court decision in Janus deals blow to nation’s teachers unions
06/22/18 Fine Print: School-funding changes easily pass Senate and Assembly
06/22/18 I want nothing to do with the NJEA, so stop taking my money, teacher's lawsuit says
06/20/18 50K students are enrolled in public charter schools, but state shortchanges funding
06/15/18 Fine Print: Ruiz-Madden Bill Package Protect Students from Sexual Abuse
06/13/18 Exit Interview: Camden’s Paymon Rouhanifard Reflects on 5 Years of Surging Student Achievement, Expanding Parental Choice in One of NJ’s Poorest Districts
06/01/18 Lawmakers Wrestle with Troubling Topic: Sexual Abuse at School
06/01/18 NJEA teachers union blasted by lawmakers over controversial videos
06/01/18 Lawmakers Wrestle with Troubling Topic: Sexual Abuse at School
05/11/18 Putting Acting Commissioner Repollet’s Staff Picks in Perspective
05/10/18 Time To Replenish Funding For New Jersey’S School Construction Program
05/09/18 N.J has Five of Nation’s Top High Schools, U.S. News Says
05/09/18 How can NJ be so diverse but have the most segregated schools?
05/08/18 'Continuous Improvement' Model Woven Into State ESSA Plans
05/07/18 Phil Murphy supports hearings on 'unacceptable' NJEA videos
05/07/18 N.J. Senate to hold hearings on 'offensive' NJEA videos
05/07/18 Newark unveils state-of-the-art science center for students’ hands-on experiments
05/07/18 What Do High Scores on NAEP Mean for Murphy’s PARCC Plans?
04/24/18 What Would ‘Full Funding’ of School Aid Look Like? Add $2.3B to Districts
08/07/17 NJ Parent Summit readies parents, educators for new era in Newark
03/01/17 “We Will Live By Choice and Not By Chance!”
04/03/15 New Front Opens in War on PARCC: The Spin Game
08/20/14 Millburn Schools Ranked Fifth in State by NJ Monthly
08/04/14 Former Obama Aides Broke with Democratic Firm Over Anti-Teachers Union Project
07/15/14 Christie Sticks to Middle of the Road in Arriving at PARCC Decision
06/13/14 New Jersey Students Improving Since Start of Race to the Top Funding
06/12/14 Tremors Felt Here After California Judge's Ruling on Teacher Tenure
05/27/14 NJ's Next Generation Science Standards: The Quiet Revolution
04/22/14 2 NJ High Schools Included in Top 20 of National Rankings
02/25/14 ETS Wades into Market for Teacher- Performance Exams
02/04/14 Explainer: 'Student Growth Percentile' Helps Measure Schools, Teachers.
01/29/14 California Kids Go to Court to Demand a Good Education
01/28/14 Schools Superintendent Unveils 'Camden Commitment' Strategic Plan
01/16/14 Vouchers Appear to Vanish from Governor Christie's Education Agenda
01/09/14 N.J. Schools Near Top in Nation in Student Achievement, New Study Finds
01/08/14 NJASK Updated as Part of Ongoing Transition to Common Core
01/06/14 Education Issues Will Help Shape Christie's Second Term And Political Future
12/20/13 What's Your School District's Graduation Rate?
12/18/13 More than 1,200 Schools Will Take Part in Testing Tryouts
12/16/13 New Jersey Teachers Among Highest Paid in the Country
12/04/13 N.J. High School Graduation Rate Increases for Second Year, to 87.5 Percent
12/03/13 More Rennaissance Schools for State-Controlled Camden District?
11/26/13 Common Core Standards, Online Testing Continue to Gain Ground in NJ
11/19/13 Cyberschool Offers Teachers Online Lessons to Prepare for Common Core
11/11/13 Disadvantaged Students Receive Less-Effective Teaching, Study Says
11/07/13 Top Teachers Retained Effectiveness After Transfer, Study Shows
11/05/13 Tally of Teacher Tenure Cases Shows New Law has had Impact
10/23/13 Seven States Agree to Pilot Teacher- Prep Changes
10/10/13 Bill de Blasio and Civil Rights
09/27/13 Trail-Blazing Deal Promises New Life for Old, Dilapidated Public School in Newark
09/27/13 By the Numbers: SAT Scores for New Jersey's Class of 2013 Up 10 Points
09/26/13 Building Buzz in Detroit
09/26/13 CEOs Take on STEM Skills Gap With Own Initiatives
09/25/13 Houston Schools Win Broad Urban Education Prize
09/25/13 Christie, Booker to Cut Ribbon for Teachers Village Housing and School Project in Newark
09/19/13 Editorial: Raise GPA Standards for N.J. Teachers Seeking Certification
09/19/13 State Funnels $1M to Schools Ranked Lowest for Performance, Achievement
09/18/13 GAO: Race to Top States Have Mixed Record on Teacher Evaluation
09/16/13 Democratic Assemblyman Starts to Leave His Mark on Education Policies
09/09/13 Controversial Charter Proposal Heads to State's Highest Court Today
08/30/13 Teacher-Training Schools Face Tougher Accreditation Standards
08/27/13 Regionalizing Schools Can Reshape Education: Opinion
08/19/13 New Jersey's Top Performing Public High Schools
08/12/13 New Grad School in Education Cleared to Start Training Teachers
08/09/13 At First Anniversary, NJ's Teacher-Tenure Law Faces Biggest Tests
08/08/13 One Year After State Tenure Overhaul, Participants Optimistic About New Process
08/08/13 Latest Push for Teacher Quality: Better Mentoring of Classroom Rookies
08/06/13 Standards Unveiled for Improving Principal Pipeline
07/22/13 Only Six Charter Schools Get Go-Ahead to Begin Classes Next Fall
07/12/13 Student Growth Objectives: The Other Teacher Evaluation Tool
06/24/13 Camden Takeover to Proceed with Interim Super in Place
06/21/13 Interactive Map: How Many Grads Make the Grade?
06/18/13 Newark Charter School Deserved to be Closed: Editorial
06/11/13 Accreditor Clears 'Value Added' For Teacher Preparation
06/11/13 Legislation Would Create Board to Review Charter-School Bill
06/10/13 New Charter School Bill Previews Before Committee
06/03/13 Op-Ed: Achieve NJ A Teacher Evaluation with Multiple Measures
05/17/13 NJEA Clockwork Elections Belie Stormy Relations with Governor, Administration
05/15/13 Education Department Gets Better Grades From District Supers
05/01/13 State Board of Education Adjusts Teacher Evaluation Rules
04/24/13 5 Jersey Schools Among Top 100 in U.S. According to U.S. News Academic Rankings
04/19/13 GOP Senator: No More Federal Money for Common Core
04/10/13 New N.J. School Reports Released by State Education Department; Bring New Rankings, Data
04/10/13 New Jersey Spent $18,047 Per Pupil in Public Schools Last Year
04/03/13 Industries Complain of Skilled-Worker Shortage
03/25/13 For Camden Schools, Takeover May Not Mean Change
03/19/13 Fine Print: Overview of Measures for Tracking 'Growth'
03/05/13 N.J. Increasing Tests for Students
02/25/13 Sequestration Could Spell Cuts for N.J. Schools, Head Start Preschools
02/11/13 Success of Online Learning in Hackettstown Spurs Interest Around New Jersey
02/07/13 New School Report Cards Measure More Than Just the ABC's of Student Performance
01/30/13 Most N.J. Charter School Facilities Outdated, Analysis Finds
01/25/13 Fine Print: Teacher Evaluation Update
12/06/12 High School Graduation Rates, Test Scores on Upswing in NJ
12/05/12 Wagner: Online, Blended Learning A Matter of Balancing Socialization Skills With New Technology
12/05/12 New Data Show Why We Need to Start Early to Keep Kids From Falling Behind
12/03/12 Union Calls for Teacher Certification Exam
11/28/12 Duncan Sharpens Second-Term Agenda, Stresses Teacher Quality
11/28/12 Two NJ Districts Named as Race to the Top Finalists
11/27/12 Study: Charter Schools Outperform Public Schools in N.J.
11/14/12 Newark Teachers Union Approves Landmark Contract Offering Merit Pay Bonuses
10/25/12 Judge Rules Against Parents in Camden Case, Kids to Remain in District Schools
10/21/12 Moran: Newark Teacher Union's Chief Backs Groundbreaking Reform
10/20/12 Lawmakers Seek to End N.J. Takeover of School
10/16/12 NJ Parents Petition State for Better Education for Children
10/12/12 Perth Amboy Capaign Deserves Probe Into Manager, PAC
10/03/12 Agenda: State Board of Education
10/02/12 Applying Lessons From Charters to Regular Public Schools
09/28/12 Federal Merit Pay Program to Reward Teachers Across N.J.
09/24/12 Fine Print: Longer School Days, School Year
09/21/12 In Strike's Wake, Chicago Faces Budget Questions
09/19/12 N.J. Education System Must Focus on Youngest Students, Commissioner Cerf Says
09/17/12 Hottest Topics in State Education Shaping Newark Teachers Contracts
09/16/12 N.J. Program that Lets Students Attend Out-of-town Public Schools Growing in Popularity
09/14/12 Fine Print: Proposed Teacher Professional Development Rules
09/12/12 State Judge Upholds Removal of Perth Amboy Superintendent
09/12/12 Chicago Teachers Strike: Could it Happen in New Jersey?
09/12/12 NJ Schools Prepare to Implement New Teacher Evaluations
09/11/12 Is New Orleans a Model for America
09/11/12 Ailing Public and Private Schools Consider Conversion to Charter
09/10/12 New Trenton Schools Superintendent is off to a Strong Start
09/10/12 No Deal Yet Between Chicago Teachers and School System
09/10/12 N.J. Schools Step Up Teacher Evaluations
09/06/12 Red Tape Report Released, Will Department of Education Start Cutting?
09/04/12 NJ Education Reform to Take Prominent Spot at Democratic National Convention
09/02/12 Perth Amboy School District Tries to Move Past Controversy
08/31/12 Lowry: Of Backpacks and Other Hard Truths
08/31/12 The Record: Leaders of the Packs
08/30/12 Paterson Catholic Charities Organization Giving Away More Backpacks to Children
08/30/12 Getting the Facts Straight on Preparing Educators
08/29/12 4,000 Children in Need to Receive Backpacks, School Supplies from Non-profit
08/28/12 Obama and Christie Share Common Ground on Education
08/24/12 Nonprofit group doling out school backpacks, supplies to Passaic, Paterson students
08/22/12 N.J. Students Score Higher than National Average on ACT
08/21/12 Big-City Districts Bail on Teacher-Incentive Grants
08/21/12 Best High Schools in New Jersey
08/20/12 Critics Say Education Reform Bill Signed by Gov. Christie Doesn't Fix State's Biggest Issues
08/19/12 Perth Amboy School Board Paying the Price to be Rid of Its Superintendent
08/15/12 With NCLB Waiver, N.J. Lays Out Turnaround Plans
08/14/12 With New Superintendent, Changes Come Fast to Newark Schools
08/14/12 Directors Hired for Regional Achievement Centers Overseeing Low-Performing Schools
08/13/12 Tenure Reform Law: The Debates Ahead
08/07/12 Compromise, Caffeine, and Trade-Offs: Behind NJ's New Tenure Reform Bill
08/07/12 Christie Hails Tenure Bill as Victory
08/01/12 Analyses Find Staffing Changes Could Double Teacher Pay
07/31/12 Cerf Goes His Own Way on Proposed Charter Regulations
07/31/12 Report Finds Urban Schools Losing Talented Teachers Because of Poor Conditions, Pay
07/29/12 To Earn Classroom Certification, More Teaching and Less Testing
07/27/12 Addressing Poverty in Schools
07/27/12 For Cerf, an 18-Month Wait Ends in a Four-Hour Hearing
07/26/12 Newark Schools Chief, Teachers Union Class Over Seniority
07/24/12 Urban Hope Act Brings Renaissance Schools to Camden
07/20/12 N.J. Dept. of Ed. Releases Guide on Town Spending on Public Schooling
07/19/12 Teacher Ratings to Remain Hidden
07/18/12 Obama Aims to Develop STEM Master Teacher Corps
07/18/12 NJ Adds School Districts to Test New Teacher, Principal Evaluations
07/17/12 Perth Amboy Students Behaved Better, According to New Numbers
07/16/12 N.J.'s First Online Charter School Delayed a Year
07/16/12 Tough Teacher Evaluations Planned
07/13/12 As Membership Plummets, NEA Retools Mission
07/11/12 Christie Touts Bipartisan Tenure Reform Bill, But Still Hasn't Signed
07/05/12 Perth Amboy School Board Tries, Fails, to Quiet Superintendent
07/03/12 N.J. Senate President Expresses Concern About Politics in School Districts
07/02/12 ACT to Roll Out Career and College Readiness Tests for 3rd-10th Grades
07/02/12 Christie Speaks Warmly of Teacher Tenure Bill
07/01/12 Compromise Led to Deal on Teacher Tenure
06/27/12 Will He or Won't He? Christie Plays Coy About Tenure Reform Bill
06/26/12 Teacher Tenure Changes Now in Christie's Court
06/25/12 Sweeping N.J. Teacher's Tenure Bill Passes Legislature, Heads to Gov. Christie's Desk
06/23/12 Teacher Tenure Reform Bill Should be Readu for Gov. Chris Christie's Pen Next Week
06/22/12 N.J. Near Top in Per-Pupil Spending
06/22/12 Teacher Tenure Changes Pass Unanimously in NJ Senate
06/19/12 Tenure Reform Wins Backing of Teachers
06/19/12 Two Years in the Making, Ruiz Tenure Reform Bill Inches Closer to Law
06/18/12 State Senate Committee Approves Bill that Links Teacher Tenure to Performance
06/18/12 NJEA Boss Testifies in Support of Legislation to Change Teacher Tenure
06/14/12 Special Report: Can Newark's Quitman Street School be Saved?
06/13/12 Christie Presses the Flesh and His Case for Tenure Reform
06/12/12 TEAM ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOLS RECEIVE $1,000,000 GIFT FROM THE FOURNIER FAMILY FOUNDATION
06/08/12 New Player At Table as Lawmakers Fine Tune Teacher Tenure Reform
06/07/12 New Graduation Rate System Launched by State
06/05/12 Facebook Founder and Broad Foundation to Pitch in More for NJ School Reforms
06/01/12 More than a Bit Tardy, State Releases Annual School Report Card
05/21/12 Tensions Rise Over Paterson's Plans for Schools
05/18/12 Room at the Top: NJ's Urban School Districts Search for Supers
05/17/12 Camden Opens New Chapter in Christie Education Reform Agenda
05/16/12 Teacher Evaluation Forum Argues Merits of Student Achievement-Based Assessment Systems
05/16/12 Hearings on Teacher Tenure Reform Delayed For Now
05/14/12 New K-12 Advocacy Groups Wield State-Level Clout
05/14/12 Putting the Teacher Evaluation Pilot in Perspective
05/11/12 Chris Cerf's Rescue of Perth Amboy Superintendent Gives Mediation a Chance
05/10/12 Most 8th Graders Fall Short on NAEP Science Test
05/10/12 New Jersey Eighth-Graders Score Just About Average on National Science Test
05/09/12 Fine Print: Cerf Enters Perth Amboy Superintendent Fight
05/08/12 State Education Chief Orders Perth Amboy Superintendent be Reinstated Immediately
05/07/12 Parents Speak Out on Gap in Hopewell Valley Regional School District Elementary School Scores
05/03/12 Researchers See Potential for Common Core to Boost Learning
05/03/12 NJ Board of Education Scrutinizes Christie's Blueprint for Schools
05/01/12 N.J High School Graduation rates Decrease Under New Federally Mandated Calculation Method
05/01/12 Christie, Rewriting Rules for Graduation, Will Fill in Blanks Later
04/29/12 Caffrey to Fight to Regain Perth Amboy Schools Superintendent Post
04/29/12 With School Choice Growing, NJ Expands Options
04/25/12 Board to Try to Oust Perth Amboy Superintendent
04/24/12 Vocational Schools Becoming More Popular, Must Turn Away Hundreds Who Apply for Admission
04/24/12 Forced School consolidation is Off the Table
04/23/12 Tenn. Students Now Have Stakes in State Test Scores
04/22/12 Schools Chief May Face Ouster Vote
04/20/12 NJ Launches Evaluation Pilot for School Principals.
04/18/12 ONline Educator Adds Two Newark Charters to Portfolio
04/18/12 Three Moms with Fulop's Endorsement Beat Candidates Backed by Union and Healy to Sweep School Board Election
04/15/12 School Districts Holding April Elections Down to a Dwindling Few
04/14/12 Plan Would Cut State School Aid $300 Million; Not All Districts Affected the Same
04/12/12 NJ Puts New Labels on Schools for Test Scores, Graduation Rates
04/11/12 Fine Print: New Teacher Evaluation Guidance
04/10/12 Gov. Christie Talks School Reform
04/10/12 From the Rocky Mountains, Lessons on Teacher Tenure
04/09/12 School Choice Program Finds Support Among Educators, Lawmakers.
04/09/12 Many NJ School Districts Move Voting to November
04/04/12 When NJ Kids Take Out No. 2 Pencils, They'll be Testing the Test
04/04/12 Guest Column: Moving the School Election to November What It Means to You
04/03/12 Where Teachers are Replaceable Widgets, Education Suffers
03/31/12 New Teacher Evaluation System to Receive Additional Funding from New Jersey Department of Education
03/29/12 Grading Teachers: More Schools Invited to Join Evaluation Pilot
03/28/12 Access to Teacher Evaluations Divides Advocates
03/28/12 All-Boys Public School Coming to Newark
03/28/12 State Adds New Requirements to Pilot Program for Evaluating Teachers
03/26/12 Paterson School is a Test Case for Obama's Education Reform Policy
03/21/12 Intervening in Troubled School Districts Just Got Simpler
03/20/12 U.S. Education Woes Threaten National Security, Report Says
03/20/12 Newark Super Drums Up Support for Sweeping Reforms
03/18/12 Grading New Jersey's Educators Not an Easy Task
03/18/12 Gov. Christie Adds $14.2 Million to School Choice Program, Local Districts React
03/16/12 Assembly Passes 9th District Delegation-Supported
03/16/12 Interactive Map: State Aid to NJ Public Schools
03/15/12 Monroe: Pilot Teacher Evaluation Program Being Assessed
03/14/12 Training of Teacher-Evaluators Examined
03/14/12 Pou: It's Time to Raise the Dropout Age
03/13/12 NJ Awarded $14.5M Grant for Charter Schools
03/13/12 Gov. Christie Says He is not Frustrated With Slow-moving Education Reform Proposals
03/12/12 New Study Finds Parent Engagement on Rise
03/12/12 N.J. Spotlight Roundtable: Teacher Evaluation Pilot
03/11/12 N.J. Education Reform Bill Moves in the Right Direction
03/07/12 Survey: Teacher Job Satisfaction Hits a Low Point
03/07/12 N.J. Lobbyist Spending Hits New High at $73M; Teachers Union Tops List Again
03/06/12 It Must Be Easier to Fire Bad Teachers
03/06/12 Making a Sizable Exception to the Tenure Bill
03/05/12 Advocates Make Case for NJ Teacher Tenure Reform
03/05/12 Evaluation Process Should be Improved
03/02/12 Poll: N.J. Registered Voters Show Support for Gay Marriage, Education Reforms
02/29/12 N.J. Department of Education Outlines School Reform Plan
02/29/12 N.J's Superintendent Salary Cap to be Reviewed
02/29/12 Senate Hearing to Refocus Attention on Tenure Reform
02/28/12 DOE Picks Rutgers University to Critique Teacher Evaluation Pilot Program
02/28/12 Corey Booker Endorses Gov. Christie's School Reforms
02/27/12 Shame is Not the Solution
02/24/12 About Half of N.J. School Districts Implement Christie Reforms for Chunk of Federal Grant
02/24/12 372 Schools Sign Up for Race to the Top Funds
02/23/12 Christie Moves to Change State School Funding Formula
02/22/12 Gov. Christie's Proposal Would Add More than $300M to N.J. Education Budget
02/18/12 Nearly 90 Percent of New Jersey Schools Move Elections to November
02/17/12 Standardized Tests: A Blessing or a Curse?
02/10/12 Move Ahead on Tenure Reform
02/09/12 Christie Embraces Education Law Waiver
02/09/12 Education Department Extends Teacher Evaluation Pilot to as Many as 30 More Districts
02/08/12 Number of N.J. High School Students Passing Advanced Placement Exams Doubles in a Decade
02/08/12 Christie Calls for NJEA Official's Resignation After Controversial Response to School Voucher Question
02/08/12 AP: Study Finds NJ Teachers Open to New Evaluation
02/08/12 November Option for School Elections Opens Floodgates for Switch
02/07/12 N.J. Education Commissioner Likes Tenure Reform Bill, Wants Pay Changes
02/03/12 Fine Print: Sen. Ruiz's New Tenure Bill
02/01/12 State Testing Results Show Achievement Gap Remains Among New Jersey Students
02/01/12 Despite Aid Cuts, N.J. Students Improved Test Scores in 2010-11 School Year
01/31/12 Review Gives Many States 'D' or 'F' for Science Standards
01/27/12 N.J. Will Need Money to Fund New Anti-Bullying Law, Council Rules
01/27/12 Opinion: The Charter School Controversy Much Ado About Nothing
01/26/12 Groundswell of Approval for Moving School Board Elections to November
01/26/12 4 School Districts OK November Elections
01/26/12 N.J. School Districts Told They Should Decide in 3 Weeks Whether to Move Elections to November
01/25/12 Some States Toughening Standards to Award Teachers Tenure
01/25/12 Group Gives NJ Low Marks for Teacher Standards
01/21/12 N.J. School Boards Use Law to Change Election Dates
01/20/12 Newark-Based Law Group Asks N.J. Legislators to Investigate Delays in Repair Work in Urban Schools
01/20/12 Christie Pitches Education Reform to Urban Audience
01/18/12 For Christie, 2012 is the Year to Act on Education Reform Again
01/17/12 Policies Should Reflect the Importance of Teaching
01/17/12 New Session, Charter School Law Still Broken?
01/13/12 Camden Sees Hope in Promise of New Schools Built by Nonprofits
01/11/12 Driving the Teacher Quality Component for Education Reform
01/10/12 The State of the Governor's Education Agenda
01/09/12 Teacher Quality, Status Entwined Among Top-Performing Nations
01/09/12 In the Suburbs, Charter Schools Raise Concerns About Local Control
01/09/12 George Norcross Discusses Urban Hope Act, Other Education Reforms
01/07/12 No Child Left Behind Law's Promise Falls Short After 10 Years
01/06/12 New Study Supports Using Test Scores in Teacher Evaluations
01/06/12 After Last-Minute Changes, Lawmakers Poised to Vote on Urban Hope Act
01/04/12 New Data on Teacher Education Begins to Flow
01/04/12 Fast-Tracked and Rewritten Bill Could Put Some Public Schools Under Private Management
01/03/12 A New Year: Five to Watch in Education
12/30/11 Education Reform Work in Progress
12/20/11 Move All School Elections to November
12/20/11 Newark to Adopt National College Entrance Exam
12/20/11 Race to the Top 3.0: Administration Tries, Tries (Tries) Again
12/16/11 N.J. Loses out on $60M in Competition for Federal Education Money
12/09/11 School Reform
12/08/11 NEA Stakes a Claim in Teacher Effectiveness Debate
12/08/11 School Board Association Supports November Election Option
12/08/11 Fine Print: Sen Buono's Teacher Quality Bill
12/08/11 Pilot Teacher Evaluation System Slow to Gain Traction in Newark
12/08/11 NJ State Board of Education Creates Task Force to Address Academic Achievement Gap
12/06/11 N.J. Gov. Chris Christie Swings for the Fences on School Reform Package
12/05/11 School District-Endorsed 'Fair School Funding Act' Gains Senate Supporter
12/05/11 N.J. Opportunity Scholarships offer students a way out of failing schools
12/05/11 Pro-school choice group spends $400K in three districts
12/02/11 Education Reform Limps Along in Lame Duck
12/01/11 NJ Still Lags in Using Data to Guide Teaching, Report Says
11/29/11 Cantrell: Reveal True School Costs
11/29/11 Opinion: Senate Agenda: Jobs, Tenure, Shared Services
11/29/11 N.J Lame-Duck Legisature Considers Eliminating School Budget Elections, Requiring County Purchasing Programs
11/28/11 Christie Administration Considering 'Model Cirriculum' for Low-Performing Schools
11/27/11 On School Reform, Concensus Grows Around Three Principles
11/25/11 New Jersey Public Schools: A Bottomless Money Pit
11/23/11 Perth Amboy Superintendent: Tenure Laws Keep Bad Apples in the Classroom
11/23/11 Opinion: The Latest in School Reform Ambition and Arrogance
11/21/11 District Hopes New Test Will Better Measure Student Progress
11/19/11 New Group Makes Splash in NJ Education Policy
11/18/11 Does Administration's New Accountability System Overstep Legal Bounds?
11/18/11 Herald News: Fixing Schools
11/18/11 Cerf Issues Reprieve from Statewide Teacher Evaluation Systems
11/16/11 Christie, Cerf Appear in Secaucus to Push for Education Reform Bills
11/16/11 N.J Unveils New Report Cards to Measure School Progress
11/16/11 Christie, Cerf Appear in Secaucus to Push for Education Reform Bills
11/16/11 N.J. Unveils New Report Cards to Measure School Progress
11/16/11 Tenure, Charters, Vouchers: Lame Ducks Session's Big Three
11/13/11 Acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf Offers Olive Branch at NJEA Meeting
11/11/11 Acting NJ Ed Commissioner Tells Teachers: 'We're Supportive of Unions... We're Not Blaming Teachers'
11/10/11 NJEA Unveils School Reform Plan at Annual Atlantic City Convention
11/10/11 Gov. Christie Approves Measure Paving Way for More Charter Schools
11/10/11 Education Department Working Flat Out to Finish Federal Waiver
11/09/11 Tenure Reform: More Than Just a Matter of Time
11/07/11 Reform Plan Tops Agenda as Teachers Prepare for Convention in Atlantic City
11/07/11 Whats Waiting for the Winners in Trenton? Education Reform
11/06/11 NJEA: Meaningful Reform is More Than Evaluation, Tenure.
11/04/11 A $25,000 Surprise for West Orange Math Teacher
11/01/11 Reward Excellence in the Classroom
11/01/11 National Test Results Show N.J. Fourth and Eighth-Graders Rank Second-Highest Overall in Reading Nationwide
10/31/11 Clock Ticking on Senate Bill to Overhaul NCLB
10/31/11 New Jersey's Residence-Only Law Worries Some Schools
10/31/11 Merit Pay for Schools May Make the Grade in NJ
10/28/11 Cerf Assembles Expert Team to Review School Funding
10/23/11 NJEA, Democrats Wrongly Balk at New Push for Schools Reform
10/23/11 Hedge Fund Manager Readies for Battle with NJEA to Reform NJ Schools
10/21/11 For David Hespe, Return to Trenton Brings New and Old Challenges
10/21/11 Opinion: The Balance of Power How Much Government is Good for Education?
10/20/11 Senate Education Panel Approves ESEA Overhaul
10/20/11 New Jersey Applies for $60 Million Race to the Top Grant
10/18/11 School Vouchers
10/18/11 Officials: Schools Were Left Behind
10/16/11 Parents, Students see a difference in Englewood middle, high schools.
10/12/11 It's Time to Repair New Jersey's Broken Charter School Law
10/12/11 Harkin ESEA Bill Would Require Evaluation Reform
10/11/11 Getting Serious About Teacher Evaluation
10/11/11 Senate ESEA Draft Bill Would Scrap Adequate Yearly Progress
10/07/11 New Supers, New Approaches, New Ideas At Least Thats the Theory
10/05/11 Bill Can Help Keep Schools Afloat
10/05/11 N.J. Democratic Leader George Norcross Calls for More Charter Schools, Change to Teacher Tenure
10/05/11 Westampton Educator Honored as N.J. Teacher of the Year
10/04/11 TFA Teachers
10/03/11 What if the NFL Played by Teachers' Rules?
10/01/11 Dept. of Education Approves only 4 of 60 Applicants to Open New N.J. Charter Schools.
09/28/11 NOTORIOUS GARDEN STATE ACTIVIST TO PERFORM AT NATIONAL EDUCATION CELEBRATION
09/27/11 Teachers Paid Less in Higher-Minority Schools
09/27/11 Legislature passes charter bill
09/26/11 Crafting an Accurate System for Evaluating Teachers
09/25/11 $100M Grant from Mark Zuckerberg Begins to Have Effect on Newark Schools
09/23/11 DOE on Right Path With Evaluations
09/20/11 Fine-Tuning a Controversial Tenure Proposal - Quietly
09/19/11 Christie, Cerf, and Teachers' Union: A Fragile Peace
09/16/11 Race to Top Winners Feel Heat on Teacher Evaluations
09/16/11 State Starts to Consider New High School Test and Testing Contract
09/16/11 14 NJ Schools Earn National Blue Ribbon Award
09/15/11 Fine Print: New Jersey's SAT Profile, 2011
09/14/11 NJ School Choice: Protect the Students, Not the System
09/13/11 New Groups Giving Teachers Alternative Voice
09/13/11 N.J. Education Officials Look to Cut Back on High School Standardized Tests
09/13/11 Easing the Bureaucratic Burden on Schools
09/13/11 Teachers Are Put to the Test
09/08/11 New Jersey Schools Turn to Supplemental Online Instruction
09/07/11 Most N.J. Residents Happy with Local Public School Education, Poll Finds.
09/06/11 Paterson's Third Charter School to Open
09/06/11 Opinion: New Jersey's Disposable Children
09/06/11 Mark Zuckerberg's $100 Million to Newark Starts to Gain Some Traction
09/06/11 NJ Education
09/02/11 Teacher Evaluation Gets a New Start
09/01/11 New Jersey Launches Pilot Teacher Evaluation Program
08/14/11 Outsiders Join Fray on Schools
08/03/11 Grandparents Increasingly Involved in Education
08/03/11 Changing the Rules for Teacher Evaluation
08/02/11 Charting My Own Course
08/01/11 Jersey City Back(Pack) to School Giveaway
08/01/11 Senate President Sweeney Creates Website for Public to View Aid N.J. Schools Receive
07/28/11 Teacher Swap Quashed
07/19/11 Teachers Move, Students Stay at L.A. Charter Schools
07/19/11 Most New Charter Schools Not Ready to Open in September
07/19/11 States Test Education Law
07/19/11 Chicago Study Shows Principals Focus on Retaining Highly Effective Teachers in Dismissal Decisions – if Policies Permit
07/18/11 Obama Asks Corporate CEOs to Donate More to Education
07/18/11 State to contact schools about test erasures
07/16/11 Newark public schools to remain under state control indefinitely despite improvements
07/15/11 D.C. teacher performance evaluations are working
07/15/11 Plans for Newark charter school abandoned, after more than $1.5M is spent
07/15/11 States Continue Push to Toughen Teacher Policies
07/14/11 Principals' Job Reviews Getting a Fresh Look
07/14/11 N.J. Board of Ed votes to open superintendent positions to non-educators
07/14/11 The Man with the Plan . . . to Reorganize the Department of Education
07/13/11 States Face Challenges in Early-Ed. Race to Top Scramble
07/13/11 Christie Moves Quickly to Build School Board
07/13/11 For Administration, School Aid Equals Property Tax Relief
07/12/11 New England Project Aims to Use 'i3' Aid for Innovative Learning Approaches
07/12/11 NJ school districts get more state funding but with strings attached
07/11/11 Legislators announce campaign events
07/11/11 Braun: Advocates of privatized education want to end public schools
07/11/11 N.J. education task force to hold public hearings
07/11/11 Agenda: NJ State Board of Education
07/10/11 Opinion: High School Proficiency Assessment fails to adequately measure N.J. students
07/10/11 After Christie-Sweeney dustup, education reform's fate lies with the bosses
07/09/11 N.J. Senate President Sweeney will not move forward on two of Christie's education proposals
07/08/11 Spotlight: Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver
07/07/11 GOP Proposes Unprecedented Flexibility in Ed. Spending
07/06/11 Christie's School Aid Cuts And Adds Leave Districts Uncertain About Funding
07/05/11 Fate of school vouchers, N.J. wineries uncertain after bills died quietly behind the scenes
07/04/11 NEA Passes Teacher-Evaluation Policy, With a Catch-22 on Test Scores
06/30/11 Cory Booker: High School Education is the Key to America's Success
06/30/11 Teacher Evaluation Pilot Program Prepares for Takeoff
06/29/11 New N.J. bills could halt growth of charter schools in suburbs, expand in unwelcome areas
06/29/11 Bill requiring voter approval of charter schools could doom them
06/29/11 Students sentenced to life of poverty in N.J.
06/28/11 Newark's Central High School sees success with high graduation rate despite challenges
06/28/11 Foundation supporting school choice donates $3.6M to Newark schools
06/28/11 Democrats' Budget Plan Richer for Some Districts than Others
06/27/11 Package of Four Controversial Charter Bills To Come Before Assembly
06/26/11 Parents are key
06/24/11 N.J. hedge fund leaders create group to financially back education reforms supported by Gov. Christie
06/24/11 The Millionaire's Tax Makes a Comeback as a School-Funding Vehicle
06/23/11 SOIFER: The coming teacher-union offensive
06/23/11 Opinion: Disrespecting Teachers and Teaching
06/23/11 Hedge-Fund Founders Eye N.J. Schools
06/22/11 Opinion: N.J. high school graduation rates do not provide real measure of educational success
06/22/11 Charter school proposes leasing space in Paterson Catholic building
06/22/11 Students and schools hopeful, nervous about Choice program
06/22/11 As Much as Money, Abbott Districts Need Spending Guidelines
06/21/11 Christie administration announces $1.1M grant on teacher evaluation pilot project
06/21/11 36 N.J. high schools named among Newsweek's top 1000 in America
06/21/11 Newark Superintendent Takes a New Tack on How and Where Teachers Are Placed
06/19/11 Motivating parents, teachers is key
06/17/11 Pilot Project to Launch Christie's Teacher Evaluation System
06/17/11 New Education Group Calls For Tenure Reform And Merit Pay
06/17/11 Group forms to fight back against NJEA attacks on Christie
06/16/11 New School Reform Group Comes to the Table Very Well Funded
06/14/11 Legislative Momentum Stalls for 'Parent Trigger' Proposals
06/10/11 Opinion: Education Is the Problem, Access Is the Solution
05/24/11 Good first step on tenure
05/23/11 State Sen. Teresa Ruiz pushes new teacher tenure reform bill
05/10/11 Scenes From the New York Education Wars
04/18/11 Inquirer Editorial: No time for politics
04/18/11 Evaluating New Jersey's Teachers: A Mosaic of Practices and Processes
04/15/11 LIFO reform a Walcott priority
04/15/11 MSNBC Discussion on Education's Problems
04/14/11 N.J. teacher tenure criteria need uniformity
04/13/11 NJEA President Keshishian: Christie's teacher tenure proposals 'have no basis in reality'
04/12/11 Christie tells crowd at Cape May Airport he plans to make failing teachers re-earn tenure
04/08/11 Gov tenure comments draw ire from NJEA
03/14/11 New Jersey task force report: Teaching, learning both key
03/14/11 Lieberman: Make teacher evaluations a requirement for federal funds
02/21/11 Reforming teacher tenure / A reasonable start
01/10/11 Why Teacher Pensions Don't Work