Bloustein graduate student Kate Millsaps awarded APA Sustainable Communities Division student essay award

Kate Millsaps, a dual M.C.R.P./M.P.P. candidate at the Bloustein School, has been selected as the first graduate student winner of the American Planning Association’s Sustainable Communities Division Student Essay Contest. Ms. Millsaps’ essay, written as part of Dr. Frank Popper’s class History and Theory of Planning, addressed equity as part of green space creation in […]

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Education policy lecture: Understanding School Funding in New Jersey

Stan Karp, Director of the Secondary Education Reform Project at the Education Law Center will discuss New Jersey’s struggle for education equity in a policy lecture on Monday, October 22 at the Bloustein School. In “Understanding School Funding in New Jersey,” Mr. Karp will discuss educational inequalities in New Jersey, the state’s former Abbott Districts, and overall […]

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