Tag: school choice

Atlantic City set for historic citywide school choice vote this November

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Atlantic City’s MUA debacle (part of the larger state takeover debate) overshadowed a major development at Wednesday night’s council meeting, Save Jerseyans. This November, when voters in A.C. head to the polls, they’ll pass Read More

Legislator-for-hire Mila Jasey turns on the kids to protect her NJEA financiers

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog With Tuesday’s big pension news breaking hard, Save Jerseyans, you may’ve missed the 100+ parents and activists who besieged New Jersey Democrat Assemblywoman Mila Jasey’s Maplewood district office to protest A4351, legislation designed to impose a three-year moratorium Read More

Opening Public School Sports to Home School Kids

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This one is guaranteed to make Trenton liberals howl, Save Jerseyans: Senators Anthony Bucco and Steven Oroho are sponsoring S3043 (click here to read the text), legislation that, according to a Senate release announcing its Read More

Complaints Without Alternatives

OPINION: Christie Is Tired Of Public School Teachers, And You Should Be Too  By Cathy Reisenwitz | youngvoicesadvocates.com While no one’s sure exactly what happened, Mediaite is reporting that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and public school teacher and member of Read More

Mulshine Post Misses the Mark

OPINION: School Choice Will Help Teachers, Too, and Conservatives Need to Say It! By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Paul Mulshine’s never liked Save Jersey and we’ve never lost sleep over it, my dear Save Jerseyans. You can’t make everyone happy. Read More

Using Booker’s Words Against Buono

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie’s gubernatorial campaign is responding to challenger Barbara Buono’s education attacks with the words of a fellow Democrat. You may’ve heard of him… The incumbent’s press team is circulating the following quote from Read More

One More Reason to Fire Steve Sweeney

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here we go again, Save Jerseyans. “Other problems cited included the district at one point having 42 teachers who had no assigned students and more than $500,000 paid to students in a mentoring program.” That’s Read More