Four out of five New Jersey school boards have opted to hold their elections in November, rather than the usual April.
On Tuesday, voters in the Monroe Township, Franklin Township, and Delsea Regional districts rejected school budgets in local elections.
A quick look at the labor situation for teachers in New Jersey shows a couple interesting trends. New contracts are costing less and more districts are about to start the new school year without an accord in place.
Voters in most of New Jersey’s public school districts are being asked to approve budgets and elect board members today. The political atmosphere this year is far different from last.
Governor Chris Christie is appointing a seven-member task force that’s expected to come up with results by mid-August.
With New Jersey governor Chris Christie deciding he’ll apply for newly approved federal funding for education, it’s thought many teachers laid off in budget cuts may be coming back, if only for a year or […]