An advisory panel to the New Jersey board of education has recommended that poor rural school districts be considered for designation as “special needs” districts, a move that could obligate the state to provide for those rural systems intensive support similar to what it gives its poorest urban districts.
June 22, 2005 – Education Week (Web)
Your article “New Jersey Pilot Effort Targets Needy High Schools” quickly and elegantly showcases what the New Jersey Department of Education and the Education Law Center, the Newark-based advocacy group that represented the poor districts in the Abbot v. Burke school finance case, are best at: planning.
June 15, 2005 – Education Week
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