In a not-so-tacit admission that last spring’s all-remote instruction left thousands of children behind, Murphy has emphasized that in-school instruction — at least in some form — is required to ensure that all students get the necessary attention and education.
Parking in Jersey City public school parking lots will end on July 31 at 6 p.m. when gates will be locked.
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Come September 2020, Jersey City’s public schools will offer choice of in-person instruction, 100 percent remote learning, or a combination of the two.
Jersey City Medical Center will Present a Free Childbirth and Covid-19 Webinar on Thursday, August 4th from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
New Jersey housing advocates are pressing state lawmakers for final approval this week of a bill that would extend protections against evictions of renters and homeowners who are unable to make payments because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
State guidance defines what’s needed for families to stay all-virtual when school starts in September
With cautious baby steps, the few outdoor comedy shows that began in July, along with secret comedy open mics, are bringing hope and inspiration.
Lappas’ campaign is remarkably similar to Mayor Steven Fulop’s “Stop the Drop” initiative, a program he launched in 2013 (now on hiatus due to Covid-19) to reduce litter and provide summer jobs for kids at the same time. Lappas had never heard of “Stop the Drop.” But Mayor Fulop is aware of Adopt-a-Block, according to Lappas, and likes it.
It’s difficult to follow the money, but evidence is that Murphy administration has used less than 3% of state’s allotment