Newark school board president abruptly resigns

Board president Asia Norton publicly announced her resignation in a Facebook post on Monday.

School board president in N.J.’s largest district resigns

Newark’s Board of Education president resigned Monday, later saying she was leaving to take a court job.

NJ Spotlight

NJ school districts still beset by shortage of bus drivers

Interview: Colleen Wilson, transportation reporter, The Record and

NJ needs to bump up school aid to meet higher standards, report says

Think tank argues failure to revise school-funding formula impacts students with greatest needs and violates state Constitution.

Philadelphia Inquirer

Camden announces plans to replace century-old Eastside High, the only standalone traditional public high school left in the district

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Newark School Board President Resigns. Here’s The Replacement Process

The president of Newark’s Board of Education has resigned her position of leading the governing body of New Jersey’s largest school district.

New pre-K through Grade-12 School to come to Hoboken Following Merger

Hoboken will soon have the first independent pre-K through Grade-12 school after two longstanding educational institutions agreed to merge.

Chatham Board of Education Makes Case for Permanent Increase in Tax Levy with Two Questions up for Public Vote in November

Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa presented two budget questions that will be on the Nov. 7 ballot, which was followed by questions from the public at the Chatham Board of Education regular meeting.


Education Week

AI Can Solve an Algebra Equation in Seconds. Here’s How Math Teachers Can Adapt

AI is accelerating a conversation around math instruction and solving real-world problems.

There’s Still No Consensus on Accountability for Teacher Prep

The teacher-preparation field remains split over quality control.

Schools Want Guidance on AI Use in Classrooms. States Are Not Providing It, Report Says

The lack of guidance is coming at a time when the use of AI is expanding in education.

Is Funding for School Archery and Hunting Programs Really at Risk?

A U.S. Department of Education document led to confusion among school administrators.