There are heroes in New Jersey and throughout the Jersey Shore. I love highlighting the amazing people that impact our community in a positive way. There are few examples greater than the work these men and women do...and they need YOUR help.
Sad. Lonely. Boring. Confusing. Frustrating. Those are just a few of the words my 10-year-old son used at different points this year to describe what he was going through at different times. I mean, it certainly was not a typical school year and not for the better. However, it ended on a soaring high note as evidenced in this must-see video.
When I entered Berkeley Township Elementary School tonight, I thought I was attending a celebration of amazing students and teachers. I had no idea I was attending a rally or protest. However, I soon found myself surrounded by protestors. Here's what happened.
Two National Education publications rank New Jersey #1 in Public Education in the country but many believe there is still room for improvement and that belief has sparked legislation at the Statehouse.
Brick needs some love and right now they are just not getting it. Their school district is looking at the possibility of millions of dollars in cuts for next year on top of dealing with extra COVID expenses.