Tag: rates

Opinion: NJ’s High School Diplomas – Worth the Paper They’re Printed On?

Laura Waters Last month, New Jersey’s new acting Commissioner of Education Lamont Repollet described the state’s sixth year in a row of increased high school graduation rates – now 90.5 percent – as “exciting,” because it “demonstrates we are on Read More

DREAM Act Enabled By Fed Legal Quirk

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The New Jersey DREAM Act would incentivize illegal immigration, Save Jerseyans. It’s also illegal in of itself under federal law. Or is it? Plenty of readers are asking this question so I’ll try to clear the Read More

More Obamacare Trouble Coming in NJ

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s patently obvious that President Barack Obama’s executive order temporarily reinstating cancelled health care plans is unconstitutional, Save Jerseyans, but more than that, as our friend Joe Sinagra pointed out last weekend, a presidential mandate Read More