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11-19-21 Education in the News

NJ Spotlight--No critical race theory is not being taught here. GOP wants it banned anyway

Republican lawmakers say outlaw it in New Jersey schools in a bill that also limits what teachers can talk about. The measure is unlikely to become law.


David Cruz, Senior Political Correspondent/Anchor | November 18, 2021 | Education

Insider NJ--Pennacchio Bills Would Shine Light on Education in Public Schools

Require Increased Transparency So Parents Are No Longer Left in the Dark


November 18, 2021, 6:15 pm | in

NPR--Should schools require the COVID vaccine? Many experts say it's too soon


Anya Kamenetz| November 19, 20216:06 AM ET

Education Week--Q&A: What Is Culturally Responsive Teaching?


Kaylee Domzalski November 17, 2021

Education Dive--Lawmakers urge fiscal accountability of K-12 ESSER funds


Kara Arundel Reporter| Published Nov. 18, 2021