Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 As part of “The Future of Urban Education and learning” series, Dr. Marcia Lyles, Superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools, discusses the best obstacles dealing with metropolitan education and learning. She likewise defines the MOSAIC educational program and just how this plan is enhancing character and also culture within the class in Jersey City. […]
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 American education spending fell by about $600 per student between 2009 and 2014. Meanwhile, public schools are enrolling a growing segment of students who cost states more to teach: English language learners. By 2025, almost 30 percent of all children in U.S. public schools will be Hispanic, according to the Department of Education. Many […]
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 Mussab Ali isn’t waiting for someone else to change the system. In this episode of Scarlet Stories, we meet the Rutgers-Newark senior who became the youngest person elected to the Jersey City Board of Education. #ScarletStories
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 Ray Carrera Candidate for Board of Education of Passaic NJ
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 Facing a rarely seen $120 million budget shortfall, the Jersey City Board of Education approved an initial $609 million budget at last night’s special meeting, which could spell over 600 layoffs in the district if this plan were to eventually receive the final okay.
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 Gina Verdibello, a prospect for a three-year term at the Jersey City Board of Education (JCBOE), states she is focused on a far better quality of education and learning for the kids, and is likewise pressing for facility improvements.
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 Despite some criticisms, the Jersey City Board of Education is relocating ahead with their strategy not to restore Superintendent of Schools Dr. Marcia Lyles agreement at the end of following year – with many instructors vocalizing their support of the decision last night.
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 The Jersey City Board of Education assembled the other day for its second of three public hearings for the public to articulate their input on who should be the district’s next superintendent of institutions.
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 (Jersey City) On the green front lawn of President Barack Obama Elementary School on Jersey City’s south side, Jersey City Board of Education President Sudhan Thomas held a press conference to announce a lawsuit seeking to overturn $27 million in education cuts by the State. The lawsuit was filed this morning in Hudson County […]
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0MoreFacebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0Linkedin0DiggDigg0Tumblr0Stumbleupon0Reddit0Delicious0E-mail0Whatsapp0Bufferapp0Evernote0 During the public portion of the Jersey City Board of Education special meeting yesterday, several parents spoke in favor of former McNair Academic High School Principal Kate McCabe, though many teacher came out against her, claiming she berated teachers in public.