|9-9-20 Education in the NewsNJ Spotlight--Gov. Tax Estimates Off|
NJ Spotlight--Gov. Phil Murphy’s Tax Estimates Off by More Than $1B, Legislative Analysts Say
Gap between what Murphy estimates and OLS experts predict sets up face-off over tax increases, borrowing
Star Ledger--87 school districts can reopen even though their reopening plans aren’t approved, N.J officials say
Star Ledger--Schools across N.J. reopened today. Here’s what it looked like.
Nurse Loraine Nicholl takes a student's temperature during the first day back to school at Lillian Drive school in Hazlet, N.J. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020.Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Star Ledger--N.J. teachers pen scathing list of remote-learning problems after first week of school reopening
NY Times--Website Crashes and Cyberattacks Welcome Students Back to School
With many districts across the country opting for online learning, a range of technical issues marred the first day of classes.
NPR--Researchers Warn Nearly Half Of U.S. Child Care Centers Could Be Lost To Pandemic
Kavitha Cardoza|September 7, 20204:02 PM ET
Education Week--Schools May Get Sued Over COVID-19. 7 Things to Know About Managing That Risk
Stephen Sawchuk| September 3, 2020
Chalkbeat--In nationwide ruling, judge blocks DeVos rule on aid to private schools
Matt Barnum Updated Sep 8, 2020, 4:26pm EDT
Education Dive--Districts' approaches to accommodating high-risk educators a mixed bag
Shawna De La Rosa| Sept. 8, 2020
Edutopia--Helping Teachers Feel More Confident About Distance Learning
Teachers will be more successful at remote instruction if they believe they can do it, and school leaders can boost their sense of efficacy.
Melissa Roy| September 8, 2020
Garden State Coalition of Schools