Featured Headline

STUDENT WITH DISABILITIES PLACED IN NEWARK CHARTER SCHOOL RECEIVES NO SERVICES

The NJ Department of Education has agreed to investigate whether Newark Prep Charter School failed to provide essential special education services to a student with disabilities for an entire year after the student was placed in the school through former State Superintendent Cami Anderson’s One Newark Enrolls plan. The complaint raises serious concerns about the assignment of students with disabilities through One Newark Enrolls, and whether safeguards are in place to ensure Newark charter schools can effectively provide the special education services required in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) of students assigned to those schools.   Read More

NATIONAL REPORT CARD SHINES NEW LIGHT ON WHY FAIR SCHOOL FUNDING MATTERS

FINAL NJ BUDGET: CHARTER AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS GET MORE, NO INCREASE FOR DISTRICT SCHOOLS

FEDS FIND NEW JERSEY VIOLATED ESEA WAIVER BY NOT HELPING NEWARK SCHOOLS

NJ EDUCATION BUDGET: CHARTERS GET WINDFALL, DISTRICTS FLAT, NO VOUCHERS

TENTH CIRCUIT BRUSHES ASIDE WEALTHY-PARENT ATTACK ON FAIR SCHOOL FUNDING

PORTRAIT OF AN UNDERFUNDED NJ SCHOOL DISTRICT: EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP

FAIR FUNDING AND ITS EFFECTIVE USE

PORTRAIT OF AN UNDERFUNDED NJ SCHOOL DISTRICT: ELIZABETH

Archives

All of ELC's past news stories are available on the Archives page of this website. They can be viewed in chronological order or by specific topic area.