NEW JERSEY EDUCATION NEWS
Asbury Park Press
- Lakewood schools file discrimination lawsuit over $30 million funding tease
- Asbury Park shakeup will close one elementary school, expand high…
- Military sash barred at Point Pleasant graduation; lawmakers balk
- NJ bill would bar certain criticisms of Israel in schools
Burlington County Times
- Tabernacle student uses Miss NJ stage to advocate for mental health
- Moorestown resident elected to lead NJ State Board of Education
- Burlington County students honored for academic achievements
- Bridgewater-Raritan: Court overturns ruling parents have to pay $38,329 in tuition
- Benefits of taking SAT early in high school
- Biology scholars participate in Olympiad
- NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy visits Whitehouse School
- National Spelling Bee co-champion to throw out pitch at Patriots game
- Parents who got $40K tuition bill from N.J. school district over residency dispute win appeal for new hearing
- Here is the full list of projects Murphy put on hold after budget brawl. It includes aid for cancer care, colleges and cities.
- School district was counting on $30M. It’s suing the state after lawmakers said no.
- Murphy’s Budget Freeze Hits Aid for Needy Towns
- Two Days on the Job, BOE President Talks Takeovers, Exit Tests, and More
New Jersey Herald
- Popular topic for graduation speakers: climate change
- Ridgewood parents want Muslim holiday added to calendar
Press of Atlantic City
- Pleasantville school board makes additional staff cuts
- Pleasantville students reflect on year and talk about their future after high school
- “Think First” Injury Prevention Program Visits West Orange High School
- Edison Middle School Students Donate to Local Food Pantry
- Kyrie Irving Signs New Nets Contract at West Orange’s Roosevelt Middle School
The Jersey Journal
NATIONAL EDUCATION NEWS
- Cybersecurity and More on This Superintendent’s Mind
- School Police to Get Overhaul in Big-City Districts
- Schools’ Top Priority for Flexible ESSA Grants Is Safer, Healthier Students
- Giving Vulnerable Students an Academic Summer ‘Home’
The Washington Post
- First, they lost their children. Then the conspiracy theories started. Now, the parents of Newtown are fighting back.
- School boundary questions touch off debates about race, income, equity
- Social workers and custodians help form the backbone of a campus. But Virginia schools have lost billions for those jobs.
- Effective but never popular, court-ordered busing is a relic few would revive
- ‘It makes me angry’: After deaths of classmates, D.C. students say they feel unsafe on their daily commutes
- Teaching global warming in a charged political climate
- Democratic hopefuls pledge to make education a priority — and to spend more money
- The money was fake. The police were real. It happened in an elementary school.
- Why are so many 8th-graders taking AP Calculus at this school district?