|10-18-19 Education in the News|
Chalkbeat (via NJ Spotlight)--Newark Schools Are Short Dozens of Teachers, Leading to Bigger Classes, More Substitutes
Despite job fairs and ads in other cities, Newark still has a teacher shortfall, and some students are being taught by substitutes year round
Star Ledger--Major increase in teen suicide rate is more than other age groups, new report says
More New Jersey teenagers are killing themselves in a mental health crisis nobody was prepared for.
The number of suicides among people ages 10 to 24 nationally increased by 56 percent between 2007 and 2017, according to a new federal report showing the tragic consequences of an emerging public health crisis.
Education Week--Principals, Here’s How Teachers View You
An exclusive Education Week Research Center survey reveals striking gaps between how principals rate the impact of their leadership and how teachers do.
Education Week| October 15, 2019
Edutopia--Sharing College and Career Options With Families
A middle school and a high school host an informational event for parents and guardians on some of the post-graduation options open to their children.
Garden State Coalition of Schools