The School Reform Act of 2008 (SRFA) was designed to create a new school funding formula with the intention of ending a long cycle of failed legislative attempts to reduce school spending inequalities in New Jersey. But how has eliminating this adjustment aid affected school districts?
Examines responses of NJ nonprofit organizations about the financial impact of COVID-19, how they responded to the loss of funding and revenue, and their concerns about and plans for reopening.
Both NJ Transit and the Gateway project are facing funding problems. Martin Robins, the authority on all things mass transit and Founding Director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, talks about the challenges facing Gov.Phil Murphy when it comes to...
Efforts to cut school funding as retribution for parental refusals are more likely to prompt the opposite political response NJ Spotlight Op-ed by Julia Sass Rubin and Monty Neill, May 1