The embattled CEO of the Schools Development Authority, Lizette Delgado-Polanco, submitted a letter of resignation to Gov. Phil Murphy effective April 26.
Murphy’s budget proposal to expand pre-K would add $68 million to the program in order to reach more communities.
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the CEO of the Schools Development Authority and the state's education commissioner.
In Senate budget hearings, New Jersey Attorney General Grewal answered questions from legislators.
Delgado-Polanco has called the personnel changes a “restructuring” that she felt was needed to fulfill the agency’s mission. But it sparked a political firestorm.
The scope of staff changes at the SDA shocked veteran politicians and has resulted in a review by the governor.
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NJ's School Development Authority is running out of money needed to for emergent school repairs.
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Gov. Christie said members of the press are "obsessed" with the controversy over GWB.
When it comes to better schools, the governor says money alone won’t do it.
Schools Development Authority (SDA) says it’s beginning work on close to 80 so-called "emergent" repair projects in some of New Jersey’s most needy school districts.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Hudson County this morning to announce a new round of school construction projects by the Schools Development Authority.