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Engaging the Disengaged, Number Three

How do we engage students who are well below grade-level in reading and help them catch up quickly? The new Common Core State Reading Standard 10 states that students should read and comprehend complex literary and informational...

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...

#MusicMonday: Because Every Child Should Have Access to the Arts

Each year Trenton's Foundation Academy Charter School has a spring performance--this June it was held at Rider University. In this short film music teachers, Emily DiUglio and Peter Oswald, explain how their students are...

Collaboration is key to student, teacher success

Guest Blog by Susan Chenelle One of the strengths of University Academy Charter High School is the autonomy teachers have to use our expertise to seek out and implement innovative instructional strategies that anticipate...

‘Yes, I Am a Teacher in a Public Charter School!’

Guest blog from Jomayra I. Torres, lead 5th grade teacher at BelovED Community Charter School in Jersey City, New Jersey, and the New Jersey Charter Schools Association's 2014 Teacher of the Year. I've been a teacher in...

In Camden, Hope Community Charter Lives Up to the Name

By Joelle Quick It’s a happy feeling inside.  Every day I wake up and I’m excited to get ready for work.  It’s crazy that feeling of fulfillment that no one can describe—and that is how I feel going to Hope Community...

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