Raising a healthy, stable family sometimes requires moving to a new state. And the reasons for moving are often similar: career transitions, better schools, financial challenges or a general desire to change settings. Wants and needs don’t always align in … Continued
Evaluating school funding fairness and effectiveness in New Jersey under the School Funding Reform Act (SFRA). Read the report:
The New Jersey Parents Caucus (NJPC) is conducting an online research study about children’s mental health diagnoses. We hope to better understand the experiences of our children during this difficult time. Your participation involves completing an online questionnaire which will … Continued
School Discipline is Racially Biased and Increases Misbehavior: School discipline that punishes minor misbehavior may increase adolescents’ misconduct and lead to racial inequalities in school discipline.
Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child: the one mistake you want to avoid: Advice from a child therapist A sensory guide for friends, families and professionals: Can I tell you about sensory processing difficulties? Depressed or anxious teens risk heart attack … Continued
NJPC WarmLine: 1-888-548-NJPC (6572) SELECT OPTION 5NJPC hosts a Warmline on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 3pm-9pm. If you are feeling stressed, struggling with an issue or need to talk, please call 888-548-NJPC (6572) and select option 5 for peer … Continued
2020 has been a year of pandemics, of uprisings, of tackling racism head on and planting seeds of transformation. To that end, we at NJJN aimed to cultivate content highlighting our members’ work across the country to deconstruct the systems … Continued
On his final days in office, NJ Governor Chris Christie signed into law a measure that establishes requirements for use of restraint and seclusion on students with disabilities in special education. The bipartisan bill, which was passed unanimously in both … Continued