NEW JERSEY EDUCATION NEWS

Mycentraljersey.com

East Brunswick Schools Looking to Reconfigure Grade Levels

What will NJ Proms Look Like in 2021?

NJ.com

Retired N.J. teachers could return to work, still collect pension under new proposal

Newark high school student accepted to 7 Ivy League colleges

Jersey City superintendent changes course — students will be back in school this year

Free meal program for students extended to next school year, USDA announces

Jersey City parents plan to protest superintendent’s decision to not reopen schools

North Bergen, Weehawken, West New York reelect BOE incumbents, see lower turnout than 2020

Number of virtual schools in N.J. has dropped 71% since September

In quiet election, voters approve 5 N.J. school district projects totaling $271M

Decision to keep Jersey City schools closed hits different for every parent, student

Jersey City BOE president blames district administration for the ‘failure’ to reopen

TAPinto.net

Waretown Writers: Meet the Authors

Bard High School Student Receives Acceptances From 7 Ivy League Schools

Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller Responds to Outgoing BOE Member Criticisms

More NJ Education News

Toms River Regional plans five days a week of in-person instruction / Asbury Park Press

HS Seniors Encouraged to Get Vaccine Before Graduation, Parties / Daily Record

Suffern Schools Name New Superintendent from NJ / Northjersey.com

Pleasantville school board takes action on years-long mold, HVAC and roof problems / Press of Atlantic City

NATIONAL EDUCATION NEWS

Education Week

4 Ways George Floyd’s Murder Has Changed How We Talk About Race and Education

Students: Racial Justice Demands More Than a Lawn Sign

As Schools Weigh How to Use New Aid for Homeless Students, Finding Them Is Step One

Rising Numbers of Educators Say Pandemic Is Now Blown Out of Proportion

To Get Remaining COVID-19 Aid, Schools and States Must Detail In-Person Learning Plans

Superintendent Who Drew Heat for Parkland Massacre Arrested for Perjury

‘High-Surveillance’ Schools Lead to More Suspensions, Lower Achievement

Global Demand for K-12 Devices Outstrips Supply, Creating More Delays for Schools

Democrats Push $25 Billion for Electric School Buses, a Biden Priority

More National Education News

To repeat, or not to repeat — that’s the question for next school year / Politico

New Test Scores Show Students Rebounding After Pandemic-Related Learning Loss / Wall Street Journal