Charter Schools Can Serve Special Education Students Better with Self-Paced, Personalized Learning

As many charter schools re-open this week to staff and students for professional development and extended learning programs, it's important to remind ourselves of the many different types of learners that walk into the classrooms...

What Could You Do With $500? Apply for an AAE Grant Today

  What Would You Do With $500? Apply for an Association of American Educators Scholarship or Grant Today Here’s some good news for educators: You could receive up to $500 from NJCSA’s partner, the Association...

Making Sustainability for Education More Accessible

Ecoliteracy is an understanding of natural and man made systems, and how those systems interact with each other. Ultimately it’s the combination of traditional environmental-based science and sustainability practices. Earlier...

A Forest for the Streets: Rutgers–Camden and LEAP Students Team Up to Grow Food Forest in Camden

By Tom McLaughlin More needs to be done – and soon, explains Matthew Closter. With one main supermarket, Camden is a USDA-designated food desert. What’s more, the city continues to be plagued by a number of environmental...

Rutgers-Camden and LEAP Academy University Charter School students won a national Social Justice Challenge award

A team of Rutgers-Camden and LEAP Academy University Charter School students won a national Social Justice Challenge award of $5,000, sponsored by the Rutgers-Newark School of Public Policy and Administration. The team proposed...

How Do We Talk To Students About Paris? First Create a Culture of Safety

By Sajan George, CEO of Matchbook Learning Paris, the world famous city of art, literature, culture, fashion and romanticism was rocked (and the rest of the world along with it) by a series of terrorist attacks this weekend. ...

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