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Re: JC Public Schools is short $70 million
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ecinjc wrote:
Ok so it’s clear you have some objections to the study. And I was misinformed in thinking some of edlaw researchers were related to Rutgers. Also if they are funded by JCEA I agree there is probably some bias there. But I looked on your blog and see no disclosure of your name/identity. I think that it would be powerful to disclose this information so we can see what your potential agenda/bias may be. Especially if you are accusing others...


Stateaids identity doesn't matter; the data does. If I were stateaid I'd stay anonymous, especially in NJ. Stop focusing on the wrong thing.


Stateaidguy's identity is entirely appropriate to focus on, especially when he (?) claims to be from "one of the Oranges". Why is he on this board? Who's interest is he serving with his posts? There could be very legitimate reasons for him to be here, but the conversation would be much better served by knowing the answer to those questions.


A quick look at his website and his twitter account reveals his identity, so I don’t think he is hiding anything.

And from an op-ed: Jeffrey Bennett is a former member of the South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education.
https://www.app.com/story/opinion/colu ... bute-school-aid/97703600/

He is apparently also a former teacher and librarian:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/patch.com ... e-profile-jeffrey-bennett

I say good for him. We need more people willing to put in the time and effort to do the research and share ideas. But you’re right - it’s always good to check your sources

Posted on: 10/30 23:48
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Re: JCBOE - who are you voting for and why?
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Why don't you start?


Natalia Ioffe served PS 16 as a leader of the parent council, and she displayed a great deal of creativity in fundraising, as well as in creating programs for students and parents. Our family has directly benefited so much from her hard work, so she has my vote.

For more details:
https://hudsoncountyview.com/letter-vo ... -board-of-education-race/

Posted on: 10/30 19:31
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Re: Jersey CIty School Policy - Vacation
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I’m a little late to respond, but here is some information along with a link to the complete policy:

https://jerseycityed.com/jersey-city-p ... chools-attendance-policy/

Posted on: 10/30 19:15
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JCBOE - who are you voting for and why?
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On Election Day, November 6, 2018, Jersey City residents will choose among eight candidates to fill three open board member seats coming to full term. Who are you voting for and why?

Find the list of candidates here:
https://jerseycityed.com/2018/10/28/ca ... -jcboe-election-day-2018/

Posted on: 10/29 23:15
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Back to School
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Students are going back to school this week in Jersey City. Get information about school calendars, registration, uniform policies, attendance policies, test scores, admissions, and more at Jersey City Ed.

https://jerseycityed.com

Stay updated by liking our Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/jerseycityed/
And joining our Facebook group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/1276880675778787

What other info would you like to see on Jersey City Ed? What is useful? What is interesting? What information is difficult to find?

Posted on: 9/4 23:14
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Re: Comprehensive Ranking of Schools in Jersey City
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K-Lo2 wrote:
What is the distinction between Elementary and Grammar?


Elementary is Pre-K through 5th grade
Grammar is Pre-K through 8th grade

Posted on: 3/5 10:57
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Comprehensive Ranking of Schools in Jersey City
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See where each school in Jersey City ranks against its peers, according to the performance of its students on annual PARCC tests:

https://jerseycityed.com/parcc-score-reports/

The results include charter schools and are grouped by school type (Elementary, Grammar, MS, MS/HS, HS).

Posted on: 3/5 7:24
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Re: Middle School Open House at The Ethical Community Charter School
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Thanks for sharing. We updated our blog to spread the word at Jersey City Ed as well.

If you are interested, please send us any information you think we should add to our TECCS profile page.

Posted on: 3/2 22:02
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Re: NJ Rates Your Public Schools - What's Your PS Score?
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nuvi wrote:
We summarized the data for all schools listed with Jersey City as the District in a single easy to swallow format. Take a look at Jersey City Ed:

https://jerseycityed.com/nj-doe-school-ratings/

P.S. Having reviewed the data, some charter schools are present, but other charter schools (LCCS, TECCS, METS, University Academy) are absent because they were not listed with Jersey City as the District. Let me know if you know of other schools, and we will update the chart soon.


https://jerseycityed.com/nj-doe-school-ratings/

Updated to include these additional schools:

University Academy Charter High School
Soaring Heights Charter School
Learning Community Charter School
M.E.T.S. CHARTER SCHOOL
The Ethical Community Charter School
BelovED Community Charter School


Posted on: 3/1 21:37
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Re: NJ Rates Your Public Schools - What's Your PS Score?
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We summarized the data for all schools listed with Jersey City as the District in a single easy to swallow format. Take a look at Jersey City Ed:

https://jerseycityed.com/nj-doe-school-ratings/

P.S. Having reviewed the data, some charter schools are present, but other charter schools (LCCS, TECCS, METS, University Academy) are absent because they were not listed with Jersey City as the District. Let me know if you know of other schools, and we will update the chart soon.

Posted on: 2/28 22:41
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Jersey City Ed
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My wife and I have learned a lot about navigating the Jersey City public school system, particularly in the past few months as we have three kids all moving on to new schools in the fall. And while we certainly don’t know everything, we figured it would be worthwhile to share what we have learned. Click the link below and have a look:

Jersey City Ed

We hope to continue adding more content over time, and we are always open to feedback, questions, suggestions, and corrections. Feel free to point out oversights and omissions as well. The goal is to make it a useful resource for parents and students.

Posted on: 2/23 22:40
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Re: 1 Greene St
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I'm looking at a 1BR condo at 1 Greene St. and would like to know if anyone has any input on the following?

1) How did it fare in Sandy and Irene?
2) What does a 1BR in the building rent for?
3) What is the financial status of the homeowner's association?
4) What is the new cost of homeowner's insurance and flood insurance?
5) What is the story on property taxes, condo fees, and special assessments?

Posted on: 2013/8/7 11:07
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Forum Section for Kids' Activities/Schools/etc
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What do you think about adding a forum section related to kids in Jersey City?

Posted on: 2013/7/23 11:46
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Summer Camps in Jersey City
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Is anyone familiar with summer camps in Jersey City? I have found the city's Summer Fun Program:

http://jerseycitynj.gov/recreation.aspx?id=3914

And the Boys and Girls Club has a summer program as well:

http://www.bgchc.org/

But are there others? I am particularly interested in camps in the downtown area.

Posted on: 2013/7/23 11:39
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Re: Roller Skating / Roller Hockey / Inline Hockey for Kids near Jersey City?
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Thank you. This looks like a pretty good option:


Inline Skating Club of America
http://www.iscahockey.com/index.asp

170 Schuyler Avenue
North Arlington NJ 07031
Tel: 201-998-ISCA (4722)
e-mail: info@iscahockey.com

Posted on: 2013/7/22 13:56
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Roller Skating / Roller Hockey / Inline Hockey for Kids near Jersey City?
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What is the nearest / best place for a 9 year old to play roller hockey near Paulus Hook?

I have searched around and have not found much. Is anyone interested in attending or helping to organize a Skate Night at the paved playground outside Cornelia Bradford Elementary School (PS 16) in Paulus Hook? Private message me if interested.

Posted on: 2013/7/22 12:50
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