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ELC represents over 300,000 low-income NJ schoolchildren in the Abbott v. Burke litigation. The Abbott decisions have been called the most important equal education rulings since Brown v. Board of Education.
Parents, students and school districts in 16 rural NJ communities have filed an appeal seeking to enforce a 2009 NJDOE order for K-12 school funding and high quality preschool under the SFRA.
ELC is calling on Secretary Duncan to complete his investigation of the NJDOE's failure to intervene in underperforming Newark schools as required by the State’s ESEA waiver and school turnaround and improvement regulations.
The overall increase of $1.3 billion in school aid in New York State's FY16 budget exceeds last year’s figure, but it falls far short of what students there are entitled to. It also fails to mitigate the severe resource cuts over the past six years.
The Superintendent of the State-operated Camden School District recently announced plans to turn over the operation of five district-run, neighborhood schools to the Mastery, Uncommon and KIPP charter chains beginning September 2015.
Pre-K Our Way, a not-for-profit organization launched earlier this year, is determined to make sure each child gets a strong start in life through effective preschool education. ELC is pleased to support this effort.