Category: Education

Voters reject bloated $210.8M bond referendum in Cherry Hill

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — The voters have spoken. A highly controversial $210.7 million school bond referendum appeared headed for a decisive defeat on Tuesday night in Cherry Hill, Save Jerseyans, one which had the vocal support of Democrat Mayor Mayor Chuck Cahn but which sowed deep Read More

Rutgers professors are furious that the university didn’t obstruct federal authorities

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Rutgers University is known for its increasingly far-left orientation. Campus leadership has even declared their preference for a so-called ‘sanctuary’ campus. This week? Professors are outraged that an ‘undocumented’ immigrant reportedly charged with a DUI violation Read More

N.J. Democrats want to rewrite your kids’ school textbooks

TRENTON, N.J. — Have you heard anything about S2978, a project of New Jersey State Senator Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex)? Probably not. It isn’t getting much attention but it’s moving through the legislature and if your child attends a K-12 New Jersey school, Read More

Vote ‘No’ on N.J. Ballot Question #1, Trenton’s latest recklessly expensive abomination | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Study after study (most of which we share here at Save Jersey) confirm our state’s terrible fiscal condition, Save Jerseyans. It’s certainly not for lack of high-earners; on that front, we remain one of the wealthiest Read More

Murphy: N.J. parents have no say in their child’s gender identity at school

TRENTON, N.J. — Governor Phil Murphy’s administration doesn’t think parents have any right to know about their children’s gender “preferences” at school. That policy is codified in new guidelines espoused by the state Department of Education directing all New Jersey schools to Read More

Back to the Chalkboard: A Look at School Funding & Property Taxes | Neibart

By Sarah Neibart _ As New Jersey students return to school, it is paramount that we continue the conversation on two of the biggest issues facing our State: the costs of education and property taxes. The two go hand-in-hand, and Read More

N.J. Democrats want mandatory depression screenings for your kids

TRENTON, NJ — Democrat lawmakers unveiled a plan for mandatory health screenings of New Jersey public school children on Thursday. “I was pleased to join my 7th District colleagues: Assemblyman Dr. Herb Conaway and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy, at our press conference Read More

After endorsing Menendez? The NJEA should stop pretending it cares about our kids. | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ The New Jersey Education (Mis)Association (NJEA) surprised no one on Thursday when it endorsed Bob Menendez’s U.S. Senate reelection bid, Save Jerseyans. The notorious organization’s rationale was even less shocking. Hint: they couldn’t point to an Read More