Don’t Believe the Hype: Growing Charter Schools Is Not a ‘Zero Sum” Proposition.
Categories:NCJF Blog PostPosted OnFebruary 15, 2023 by
There’s a thing that happens when you do anything that supports charter schools: you get labeled “pro-charter” and then, magically, your views on basically every other issue in education get disqualified by some. You’d be surprised at the amount of time some people spend worrying about whether they’ll get invited to certain events, or what…Read More
No School Was Immune To Learning Loss.
Categories:NCJF Blog Post, NJCF Blog PostPosted OnJanuary 26, 2023 by
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lock-downs wreaked havoc on the health of Newark families, on the economic vitality of our city, and on the educational achievement of our children. With some small variance, remote learning was the norm in the 18 or so months from March 2020 when schools first closed, to September 2021, when…Read More