The State of the State. What the governor left out. Casino competition just across the New York border. Ethics complaints in the public versus charter school fight. And K-9 cops in training.
The NJ Charter Schools Assoc. has filed an ethics complaint against Rutgers Professor Dr. Julia Sass Rubin.
Jersey City's new naturalized citizens and the immigration debate. A Newark renaissance in real estate. Newly elected representative Bonnie Watson Coleman. Berm building stopped by a shipwreck. And ...
Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Associate Professor Julia Sass Rubin says she recommends a weighted lottery to fix some issues charter schools have with ...
Time to file those taxes, but the post office has some new competition. Pressuring the Democrats. Gov. Christie’s latest town hall tactic. And a heroic return for an icon of the Vietnam War.
New Jersey Charter Schools Association President Carlos Perez says while the application process for charter schools has improved over the past few years, he wants politics taken out of the equation.
The governor doing battle with the new Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor. Cory Booker talks about American apartheid. And we’ll talk to a man who could be the next mayor of Newark.
New Jersey Charter Schools Association President and CEO Carlos Perez says although five charter schools are closing this year, he believes that reflects the rigorous process the state has implemented ...
New Jersey Charter Schools Association President and CEO Carlos Perez says the majority of charter schools perform well despite most operating in outdated facilities.
In a two-part interview, Carlos Perez defended the role of charter schools in the state's education system.