Tag: education reform

Christie Releases New Post-No Child Left Behind School Rankings

While things seemed to have gotten off track with Supreme Court nominee hearings, university mergers, budget battles, and tax cut debates, education reform is still a top priority in 2012 for the Christie Administration. Example? The NJEA and Democrats attempt Read More

UPDATE: Christie Calls for NJEA Executive Director’s Dismissal

UPDATE, 12:59 PM: Things just got more interesting for Vincent Giordano, Save Jerseyans. StateHouseSteps is reporting that Governor Christie called for his resignation/dismissal this morning at a Westfield town hall meeting… Developing… 10:43 AM: Save Jersey was the first to Read More

VIDEO: Bob Bowden Hosts School Choice Panel in Jersey City

Far too often, Save Jerseyans, it’s hard to have a serious policy debate in the state legislature because many of its members are beholden to powerful special interest groups. The New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) comes to mind. Trenton being Read More

Governor Christie Defines “Public Service” for Fair Lawn Teacher

Is it a pension? Is it an entitlement? Is it performed without ribbons? Does it come without tags? Can we expect young people to WANT to do it without receiving lavish packages, boxes, or bags?! Governor Christie’s answer, unsurprisingly, is Read More