9-6-19 Education in the News
NJ Spotlight--Interactive Map: Educators’ Pay Rose 1% Last Year; Bigger Raises on the Way Data show that typical public school teacher in New Jersey will receive a 3.01 percent raise this year, the biggest hike in many years...'

Star Ledger--Murphy supports NJEA-backed teachers health care proposal that’s split top Democrats Gov. Phil Murphy supports a controversial measure in the state’s Democratic-controlled Legislature that seeks to reduce the cost of health benefits for public school teachers in New Jersey...'

Education Week--Do Distressed Students Have a Right to Trauma-Sensitive Schooling? Three lawsuits seek to test that idea...'

NJ Spotlight--Interactive Map: Educators’ Pay Rose 1% Last Year; Bigger Raises on the Way

Data show that typical public school teacher in New Jersey will receive a 3.01 percent raise this year, the biggest hike in many years

The average salaries paid to New Jersey’s public school teachers and administrators rose by roughly 1 percent last year, but school boards have been negotiating contracts that are giving teachers more generous raises.

https://www.njspotlight.com/stories/19/09/05/interactive-map-educators-pay-rose-1-last-year-bigger-raises-in-new-contract/

Colleen O'Dea | September 6, 2019

 

 

Star Ledger--Murphy supports NJEA-backed teachers health care proposal that’s split top Democrats

Gov. Phil Murphy supports a controversial measure in the state’s Democratic-controlled Legislature that seeks to reduce the cost of health benefits for public school teachers in New Jersey.

https://www.nj.com/politics/2019/09/murphy-supports-njea-backed-teachers-health-care-proposal-thats-split-top-democrats.html

Matt Arco | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com| Updated Sep 5, 7:08 PM; Posted Sep 5, 5:54 PM

 

 

Education Week--Do Distressed Students Have a Right to Trauma-Sensitive Schooling?

Three lawsuits seek to test that idea

In California, Peter was suspended or expelled from school after school after being abused by his mother's boyfriends and taken into foster care.

Sarah D. Sparks | September 3, 2019