Researchers found that citizens who feel that the e-government services they utilize are effective have a more positive perception and trust in the government as a whole, and that higher levels of citizens’ digital literacy strengthen the relationship between satisfaction with e-government services and trust in the government.
education policy research
Kathe Newman (Ralph W. Voorhees Center for Civic Engagement) and Prof. Seymour receive Rutgers Equity Alliance for Community Health (REACH) grants
The grant is among the first round of two-year, $4 million funding from REACH. The university wide presidential initiative aims to join community-based organizations, leaders and residents with university researchers, teachers and students to find ways to improve health and quality of life outcomes in three N.J. cities facing food insecurity, high unemployment, low high school graduation rates and low household incomes.
Research – Rubin “Boiling the Frog Slowly: Reducing Resistance to Neoliberal Education Reform Through Window Dressing Strategies”
New research from Prof. Julia Sass Rubin uses a Camden, NJ case study to examine the playbook of neoliberal education reform policies.
The latest NJSPL blog examines which school districts in New Jersey have been most affected by staffing issues since the pandemic began.
The award recognizes excellence in graduate teaching and mentoring, including the integration of research and teaching, quality and extent of preparation, and excellence in all aspects of the teacher-student relationship.