financial impact

How New Jersey Averted a Pandemic Financial Calamity

James W. Hughes, the former dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy of Rutgers University, said the state’s decision to turn to borrowing made sense at the time. “It’s so overused, but whatever the term is — unprecedented, uncharted waters...

Balancing the growth of NJ's charter schools and public education

New Rutgers report finds New Jersey charter schools have grown significantly in enrollment and financial impact over the last decade yet continue to enroll a fundamentally different student population than the districts where their students reside New Jersey charter...


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