Quality Public Education for All New Jersey Students

 



The Buzz
GSCS Statement Condemning Violence Motivated by Race, Ethnicity or Sexual Orientation
In the wake of the recent murder of George Floyd and the many historical and present-day acts of violence against Black men and women, the Garden State Coalition of Schools wants to reaffirm our support of Black Lives Matter and all those who advocate for the changes that will put an end to those tragedies...'
Virtual and In-Person Meeting Calendar for 2022-2023
All Meetings, starting in September 2021...'
8-5-22 Education in the News
NJ Spotlight--Electric school buses get a jump start NJ to spend $45 million to replace diesel fleet...'

Education Week--Tutoring or Remediation: Which Learning Recovery Strategy Is Most Popular?...'

Chalkbeat--New school year, no mask rules for most of U.S...'

Education Dive--5 best practices as schools brace for monkeypox...'

8-4-22 Education in the News
NY Times--A Cyberattack Illuminates the Shaky State of Student Privacy...' The Atlantic--The Downsides of Having an Athlete in the Family...'

Education Week--States Crack Open the Door to Teachers Without College Degrees...'

Chalkbeat (First Person Series)--I just retired from teaching. These are the most important lessons from my 43 years in the classroom...'

Education Dive--Teachers: Student monitoring tools more often flag discipline issues...'

8-3-22 Education in the News
The Record--We must confront COVID-19's impact on kids' mental health    Opinion...'
Education Week--Schools Must Protect Pregnant Students. Proposed Federal Rules Would Spell Out How...'

Chalkbeat--Schools need tutors and mentors. Can a new federal initiative find 250,000?...'

Education Dive--Ed Dept prioritizes school mental health staff expansion in funding distribution...'

The Hechinger Report--OPINION: Why the narrative that critical race theory ‘makes white kids feel guilty’ is a lie...'

8-2-22 Education in the News
The Record--NJ schools must create threat assessment teams this fall under new state law...' Education Week--The Case of the Missing Data on AP Students...'

Chalkbeat--Without free school meals for all, many fear lunch debt will return ‘with a vengeance’...'

Education Dive--Districts shuffle operations in response to COVID-19...'

8-1-22 Education in the News
The Record--Should girls' lacrosse require headgear? This NJ dad was so adamant he designed a helmet...' Philadelphia Inquirer--Help wanted: This company is offering bonuses to try to hire hundreds of subs to staff Philly classrooms...'

NY Times--Trained, Armed and Ready. To Teach Kindergarten...'

Education Week--‘We Are Desperate, Too’: A Message From a Teacher-Educator...'

Education Dive--Senate Appropriations Committee proposes 13% increase for K-12 in FY23...'

The Hechinger Report--Impatient for workers, businesses help students take college shortcuts...'

2022 Annual Meeting--Executive Director
In 1992, a group of suburban superintendents came together to found GSCS. At the time, they were concerned about school funding and school funding policy. Thirty years later we are still talking about school funding...'
2022-2023 Announcement Archive
Older Archives