‘Marked and persistent racial imbalance’ apparent in numerous schools, but not widespread segregation, judge said
Desegregation orders have led to progress in some school districts in recent decades, in NJ and elsewhere
A landmark court decision is awaited. What are the potential remedies?
It is not in dispute that New Jersey’s public schools have long been among the nation’s most racially segregated. The data is clear on the great number of schools where one race or another not only predominates but is the rule.
The question is how to address the issue, which is often dictated by housing and other societal factors, with New Jersey also among the nation’s foremost in school desegregation orders, edicts and not always friendly debates.
Latino Action Network (LAN) today announced its endorsement of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy for re-election.Read more
(The Op-Ed below was written by Frank Argote-Freyre, President Emeritus and Housing Committee Chair of the Latino Action Network.)
LAN President Christian Estevez spoke at the second New Jersey's American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) hearing. The following is his testimony:Read more
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