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EQUITY LEADER DAVID SCIARRA NAMED TO NATIONAL EQUITY COMMISSION

Published on: February 11, 2011

The Obama administration has announced the selection of David Sciarra, Executive Director of Education Law Center, to serve on the Equity and Excellence Commission, newly established by the U.S. Department of Education as instructed by Congress.

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Education Reform New Jersey Students Need

Published on: February 8, 2011

Despite difficult financial times, New Jersey continues to be at the top of the nation in education quality and performance.

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NEW JERSEY GETS TOP MARKS ON NATION'S REPORT CARD

Published on: January 11, 2011

New Jersey continues to lead the nation in education quality and performance according to the annual 50-state survey released today by Education Week.

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FOLLOW NEW JERSEY: CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS OFFER BLUEPRINT FOR REAL REFORM

Published on: July 28, 2010

New Jersey figures prominently in a new, comprehensive blueprint for reform released by a number of leading civil rights organizations designed to ensure all public school students have the opportunity to achieve high academic standards.

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STUDENTS BRING SCHOOL FUNDING NEEDS TO NJ HIGH COURT

Published on: June 8, 2010

On June 8, 2010, New Jersey public school children requested that the NJ Supreme Court enforce its May 2009 Abbott decision upholding the State's funding formula, the School Funding Reform Act of 2008, or SFRA.

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MR. CHRISTIE GOES TO WASHINGTON PUSHING EVEN MORE CUTS TO NJ PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Published on: May 3, 2010

Today, Governor Christopher Christie will give the keynote address at a Washington, D.C. summit of groups promoting private school vouchers.

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START THE RACE!

Published on: April 15, 2010

Though New Jersey did not receive funding in Phase I of the federal Race to the Top (RTTT) grant competition, taking part in the process proved to be useful for the State's chances in Phase II. Though New Jersey did not receive funding in Phase I of the federal Race to the Top (RTTT) grant competition, taking part in the process proved to be useful for the State's chances in Phase II.

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THE RIGHT WAY TO COMPARE NJ EDUCATION FUNDING

Published on: March 29, 2010

How often have you heard New Jersey spends "too much" for public education? Or that our poorest school districts are the "highest spending" in the state? Or that differences in school funding between districts are unnecessary?

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