Does the NJEA Care About Learning Loss for Minority and Low-Income Students?
Remote learning during the pandemic has indeed taken its toll on NJ students. The New Jersey Globe reported that based on interim tests 37% of NJ students were below grade level in language arts and…Read More
Because It Can, the NJEA Spends $198,000 in Support of Republican Betty Lou DeCroce
Sunlight must admit that this came as quite a surprise: it appears that ASW Betty Lou DeCroce, Republican Assemblywoman from the 26th legislative district, received massive support from the NJEA for her 2021 Republican primary…Read More
North American Van Lines: 64% of NJ Movers During the Pandemic Left the State
North American Van Lines came out with its survey of 2020 moving patterns – the first to encompass a full year of the pandemic – and unfortunately for New Jersey and other high-tax, “blue” states,…Read More
Wirepoints Study: NJ Has a Serious Problem with People and Wealth Leaving the State
Wirepoints came out with a new study on IRS data for 2019 that clearly shows New Jersey’s loss of people and wealth. For 2019, NJ lost -26,528 people, and as shown in the graph below,…Read More