2-3-20 Education in the News
NJ Spotlight--Extending Tuition Reimbursement to More Psychiatrists with Aim to Assist More At-Risk Kids The program would be extended to those who contract with state Department of Children and Families to provide mental health services for teens and younger kids...'

Star Ledger—Op-Ed: I’ve ponied up the cash for tutors to give my kids the best shot at college. So, am I part of the problem? I did not break the law, but I did use the financial resources I have, that many people don't have, to give my kids a leg up, Clifford Kulwin says. What I did was legal, but was it fair?...'

Jersey Journal--Jersey City Muslim and Coptic Christian parents angry over state-mandated LGBT curriculum More than 60 Muslim and Coptic Christian parents stood together Thursday night at the Jersey City Board of Education meeting to denounce the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender (LGBT) curriculum mandated by the state, claiming it violates their First Amendment rights...'

Education Week—Op-Ed:The Cyber-Security Problem Schools and Ed. Tech Need to Face Thousands of students had private data compromised last year. We must do better...'

NJ Spotlight--Extending Tuition Reimbursement to More Psychiatrists with Aim to Assist More At-Risk Kids

The program would be extended to those who contract with state Department of Children and Families to provide mental health services for teens and younger kids.

New Jersey lawmakers are looking to expand the pool of psychiatrists available to be hired for certain state programs designed to benefit children and adolescents at risk; legislation is scheduled for consideration today in Trenton.

https://www.njspotlight.com/2020/02/extending-tuition-reimbursement-to-more-psychiatrists-with-aim-to-assist-more-at-risk-kids/

Lilo H. Stainton | February 3, 2020 | Health Care

 

Star Ledger—Op-Ed: I’ve ponied up the cash for tutors to give my kids the best shot at college. So, am I part of the problem?

I did not break the law, but I did use the financial resources I have, that many people don't have, to give my kids a leg up, Clifford Kulwin says. What I did was legal, but was it fair?

  https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/02/ive-ponied-up-the-cash-for-tutors-to-give-my-kids-the-best-shot-at-college-so-am-i-part-of-the-problem.html

Clifford Kulwin| Star-Ledger Guest Columnist| Posted Feb 02, 2020

 

 

Jersey Journal--Jersey City Muslim and Coptic Christian parents angry over state-mandated LGBT curriculum

More than 60 Muslim and Coptic Christian parents stood together Thursday night at the Jersey City Board of Education meeting to denounce the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender (LGBT) curriculum mandated by the state, claiming it violates their First Amendment rights.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/02/jersey-city-muslim-and-coptic-christian-parents-angry-over-state-mandated-lgbt-curriculum.html

Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal| Posted Feb 02, 2020

 

 

Education Week—Op-Ed:The Cyber-Security Problem Schools and Ed. Tech Need to Face

Thousands of students had private data compromised last year. We must do better

In the past year, we have seen story after story that detail breaches of educational technology vendors' system security. These troubling incidents in which sensitive student data is compromised will only become more frequent until both technology companies and public school districts make student privacy and security a greater priority.

https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2020/01/30/the-cyber-security-problem-schools-and-ed-tech.html

Joel Schwarz| January 30, 2020