Education Justice, ELC's national program, provides technical assistance and information to education advocates across the country.
Is School Funding Fair? ELC's National Report Card rates all 50 states on the basis of four separate fairness indicators.
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.
In response to concerns raised by ELC and the ACLU-NJ, the NJDOE is expected to propose new high school graduation regulations to the State Board of Education soon.
ELC has expanded its advocacy guide series to address the extremely vulnerable population of students who reside in foster care.
Governor Christie has proposed massive aid cuts, no aid increase, or increases so small as to have no practical impact on school district budgets in every year since he took office in 2010.
In the final days of the NY Small Cities trial, the State brought on Eric Hanushek and David Armor to mount the time-worn, discredited "money doesn't matter" defense.
The Schott Foundation released its latest report on the four-year
graduation rates for Black and Latino males compared to other groups,
highlighting how persistent systemic disparities in opportunity create a
climate and perception of populations less-valued.