Category: Education

Assembly will take up bill to teach teens about N.J. Safe Haven law after Neptune newborn discarded in dumpster

TRENTON, N.J. – An 18-year-old Neptune High School student stands accused of suffocating and murdering her baby. After the heinous act? Authorities say the newborn’s father disposed of the dead infant in a dumpster. Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco (R-25) says Read More

GOP mayor tees off after N.J. CWA leader wishes a ‘horrible death’ for Betsy DeVos

TRENTON, N.J. – Federal budget cuts for special education and the Special Olympics are raising passions in some circles, particularly among enemies and critics of the Trump Administration. According to the New Jersey Globe reporter Nikita Biryukov who first reported Read More

School referendums fail in Monroe, Hillsborough and Florence

HILLSBOROUGH, N.J. — The forces of fiscal irresponsibility took a beating on Tuesday night in three different counties.  In Florence Township (Burlington County), voters defeated two ballot questions which sought to raise a combined $24.1 million for various projects. Question 1 Read More

SPADEA: Why you should vote ‘no’ on higher taxes this Tuesday

By Bill Spadea This post originally appeared at NJ 101.5 _ That’s right, the education bureaucrats and local officials are coming for more of your money. They will tell you it’s for security and infrastructure. They’ll tell you that you need Read More

MUST READ: The NJEA is fatter (but less financially secure?) than ever before

By The Staff _ The popular left-of-center education watchdog blog NJ Left Behind published an informative and eye-opening post on Tuesday, Save Jerseyans, analyzing the latest-available information on the spending of the notorious New Jersey Education Association (NJEA). Any taxpayer Read More