Trenton NJ, once again the Murphy administration called out for disadvantaging working families and low income parents. Center For Education Reform drops New Jersey from C to D . According to CER the Garden State’s political leadership needs to be badly weeded. The Murphy Administration has been arbitrarily rejecting expansion of successful charter schools with waiting lists as well as the opening of new schools to serve more students. While New Jersey has always been strong in having higher than average teacher standards, today’s leaders seem to be stuck in a great big pothole on the NJ Turnpike, unable to grasp that parents need more exits.
Maplewood protest about Assembly bill underscores ongoing N.J. education policy struggle over charter schools
MAPLEWOOD – More than 100 people protested in front of the Maplewood office of state Assemblywoman Mila Jasey (D-27) on Tuesday morning, decrying her support of a proposed bill that they believe hurts the future of charter schools, a critical issue echoed in next-door Newark, across New Jersey and around the nation. (Bonamo/PolitickerNJ)