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New law is helping undocumented students in New Jersey attend college but challenges remain
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December 5, 2018
In Newark, universal enrollment was in danger. So charters started planning a separate system.
December 4, 2018
Newark’s new superintendent defended the enrollment system. Now can he make it work?
November 30, 2018
In Newark, bilingual students gain an edge in the enrollment process
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In Newark, reporting lapses hide thousands of student suspensions from public view
How Newark’s former schools chief used a ‘victory lap’ and privately paid consultants to cement his legacy
Meet Roger León, the homegrown educator charting a new course for Newark schools
November 12, 2018
In Newark, how did most voters respond to ballot questions about schools? They didn’t.
Nearly 60 percent of Newark voters left the two education ballot questions blank on election day.
Election results: Newark voters stick with an elected school board, NJ voters approve $500 million for schools
Newark voters opted to keep an elected school board, rather than change to one appointed by the mayor.
November 5, 2018
On election day, Newark will decide who should select school board members — voters or the mayor
On Nov. 6, Newark voters will choose whether to keep its annual school board elections or let the mayor appoint board members.
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November 29, 2018
Civics 101: New course will teach Newark students how to tackle local problems
Newark high schoolers will soon take a course in civic problem-solving.
November 28, 2018
In deal with union, Newark agrees to pay raises for teachers with graduate degrees
The district's deal with the Newark Teachers Union will give some teachers retroactive raises and restore higher pay for teachers with graduate degrees.
November 21, 2018
As New Jersey takes a close look at charter schools, here are three big questions in Newark
As state officials review New Jersey's charter-school policies, three big questions loom over Newark.
November 16, 2018
‘No secret agreements’: Newarkers demand details of district-charter enrollment deal
The Newark school board voted Monday to continue an enrollment partnership with charter schools. Details of the deal have not been released.
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NEWS: Newark magnet schools will now require applicants to take an entrance exam
As Newark’s enrollment season starts, bilingual students get a boost
Alert: Newark teachers with graduate degrees will soon get raises
March 6, 2018
What are the Newark education stories you want to read?
Chalkbeat Newark launched on March 1. Now we want to hear from you.
February 2, 2018
Coming soon: Meet Patrick Wall, our reporter in Newark
Chalkbeat Newark launches March 1, just as Newark's schools enter a pivotal new chapter.
February 1, 2018
‘All eyes are on Newark’: As the city regains control of its schools, a look at what’s to come
A 22-year state takeover of Newark's public schools is over. Now, local decisions about leadership, spending, and more, begin.
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Tentative deal struck in Chicago charter school strike, Acero students set to return to class
More than 7,000 students at 15 Acero schools are expected to be back in class Monday. The work-stoppage canceled classes for four days.
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The City Fund’s next steps: These 7 cities are the focus of the biggest new education player
A new group that’s raised millions has begun spending that money in seven cities — and its staff may be planning to try to influence elections, too.
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To find gifted students amid the district’s diversity, Aurora looks beyond math and English
The Aurora district has started testing more students and is looking at new identification methods, including for talented students in non-academic areas.
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