Take a moment. Imagine it’s winter. You’re outside walking. It’s snowing. You come across a lamp post and contemplate whether the old stories about tongues sticking to icy cold lamp posts are true. Three to four minutes pass. You shrug and walk off while concluding, “It couldn’t possibly be stickier than these statistics from High School Soup.” You’re right.
Number of changes proposed to New Jersey’s public schools by a recent task force: 474.
The Star-Ledger reports that the Education Transformation Task Force convened by Governor Chris Christie has presented a 239 page report to the state Board of Education. The report has been “billed as a way to improve student achievement by freeing schools from rules that restrict innovation and, in some cases, duplicate other regulations.”Read Entire Post