ELC APPLAUDS NJ SUPREME COURT ORDER DENYING GOVERNOR CHRISTIE’S ABBOTT MOTION
Published on: January 31, 2017
The NJ Supreme Court issued an order today denying Governor Christie’s motion to reopen the landmark Abbott v. Burke litigation.
NJ SCHOOL FUNDING ERODES UNDER GOVERNOR CHRISTIE
Published on: January 26, 2017
NJ remains near the top of the nation in the National Report Card, Is School Funding Fair? But, Pre-K to 12 school funding continues to suffer under Governor Christie.
NJ LAWMAKERS: JUST FUND THE FORMULA
Published on: January 19, 2017
ELC informed lawmakers at two legislative committee hearings that they must get the SFRA back on track.
ICYMI: ELC’S 6-PART SERIES ON GOVERNOR CHRISTIE’S UNFAIR SCHOOL FUNDING PLAN
Published on: September 27, 2016
ELC has documented the many ways in which the Governor’s scheme is unfair and unworkable.
GOVERNOR CHRISTIE’S UNFAIR SCHOOL FUNDING PLAN: PART VI
Published on: September 20, 2016
Governor Christie appears to be on a mission to dismantle one of the most successful education programs for poor communities in the nation: New Jersey's high quality, full-day, public preschool program for three- and four-year-olds.
STATEMENT OF DAVID G. SCIARRA, ELC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ON GOVERNOR CHRISTIE'S NJ SUPREME COURT FILING
Published on: September 16, 2016
Governor Chris Christie’s appeal today to the NJ Supreme Court in the landmark Abbott v. Burke case is completely without merit.
GOVERNOR CHRISTIE'S UNFAIR SCHOOL FUNDING PLAN: PART V
Published on: August 22, 2016
Governor Christie claims property taxes will be reduced in NJ towns where state aid will increase under his plan to redistribute school funding. Yet he conveniently ignores the fact that his plan will also raise property taxes in the 143 school districts targeted for massive cuts in school aid.
GOVERNOR CHRISTIE'S UNFAIR SCHOOL FUNDING PLAN: PART IV
Published on: August 8, 2016
Governor Chris Christie’s so-called "Fairness” funding plan would cause staggering budget cuts in some of New Jersey’s poorest districts, forcing as many as 14,000 teachers, guidance counselors and other support staff to be cut, an ELC analysis shows.