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frank July 19, 2014 at 07:21 am
Need the money to pay the two Basketball coaches!
JOHN DILLMAR July 19, 2014 at 01:36 pm
Mel------------How does paying teachers much more then they are worth help anybody except theRead More teachers?
James D. Vragel July 19, 2014 at 04:07 pm
If Rutgers needs to economize, they can start by cutting their ridiculous, and losing, footballRead More program that costs the taxpayers millions to prop up.
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Pad July 3, 2014 at 10:10 am
A great school and congratulations. The school is like one big family. They deserve the status.
KC June 27, 2014 at 07:23 pm
Good Luck grads!
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Al Scala June 27, 2014 at 08:40 am
Some children are driven more than others. I see it in my own three children. My wife and I knowRead More some of these children as well as their parents. The parents that we know whose children are going to some of these schools have always taken a pro active interest in their child's education. They've been involved from day one. A good education starts at home. Secondly, let's give the teachers some credit here. They are the ones in the trenches, delivering the education to the children. Like parents and children, some teachers are better than others. However,by and large, the teaching corp here in Wayne is very good. It doesn't take a village. It takes good parenting, good teachers and a driven student, who desires a top notch education that can be a catalyst to a successful career.
bfree June 27, 2014 at 10:31 am
Al, well stated. And, the same characteristics and attributes apply to life in general for everyRead More young person.
KrisTee June 28, 2014 at 06:54 pm
The only reason I made it through NYU and then Rutgers was because of my parents. They toke anRead More active voice and interest in my education as where my teachers interested in success of their students. Teachers are never the issue, the administration is the issue.
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Hank Kolb June 30, 2014 at 04:30 pm
It's about how much you eat as much as what you eat. You could survive on twigs and leaves or beerRead More and pretzels. Any thing in moderation has gotten me into my eighth decade and still going strong. I should also mention that my wife of sixty one years did a good job as my nurtitionist and cook.
Ozzy June 30, 2014 at 05:27 pm
So instead of growing peppers I could just be eating my dandelions? The main article explains whyRead More blueberries, bananas etal were excluded.
william savick July 2, 2014 at 03:24 pm
Bought watercress at a local store which was kept in containers of water. I got ill after consumingRead More it even though I washed it thoroughly. Be forewarned !
Al Scala June 18, 2014 at 03:53 pm
"No child left behind", "Race to the top", Common core....these are just waysRead More for our Federal government to hold money over the head of States, so they can try and control education on a state and local level. Hopefully, the State of NJ will review this, as a bill just passed in the Assembly to delay CC. It needs to pass in the Senate. Let's see what Christie does with it if the Senate passes it.
Joe videodummy June 18, 2014 at 08:21 pm
The time to opt out "was" in the beginning, but at the time, many states including NewRead More Jersey, were "opting in" to a concept because that's all they had- the program's weren't written yet. They said "yes" out of fear they would be excluded from Federal funding, out of fear they would anger the unions that fuel the democratic war machines, and out of fear that saying NO would look as though they crossed the invisible political party lines. The basics of the programs that are being implemented are simple. It's not new information, it's the same information regenerated using new technology ( that has also been around for 2, 3 maybe even 4 decades. Common core is the Ford Pinto of education. As fast as the programs are available, they will go right into the waste basket. With each new series will-be another 5 years of education wasted. Every 5 years will bring a new batch of educators pushing out the old. Like Ford and they're Pinto, our education system will be "cog wheeling" 20 years behind the times, and always operating on the brink of failure.
Jack Q June 19, 2014 at 08:21 am
Pad, my point was, when this was being developed on the federal level and passed, there was noRead More outcry by anyone. Only now, when and where its being implemented, are people up in arms.
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KrisTee June 15, 2014 at 11:14 am
Did the contract have a stipulation that the super only stay a certain amount of time? Then theRead More rest of the time the super is open to leave without reason or notice? just curious, does anyone have the last super's contract? Its part of NJ open public record law that you can request it and see. Since it is tax payers money paying this person his contract is open for the public to view, I checked this site: http://www.state.nj.us/opra/ but cannot find where a local government request would be.
joann ranalletti June 15, 2014 at 03:00 pm
Perhaps contacting the Wayne Board Office may help you get a lead to find it. It was a 5 yearRead More contratc with option to renewal.
Pad June 16, 2014 at 02:40 pm
With the Wayne BOE the taxpayers always gets screwed because of their never ending spending, hiringRead More and total mismanagement. This needs to stop. Revolving door "Super Scammers" is also another problem. Maybe the Wayne BOE should take a good look at themselves and ask why is it that we can't keep a Super Scammer. The minute they leave they are hired somewhere else.
joann ranalletti June 10, 2014 at 09:18 am
Congratulations to the administration,staff and children of Schuyler Colfax MS. You set a wonderfulRead More example for all of us.
Al Scala June 10, 2014 at 07:26 pm
Way to go Schuyler!
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Wwe Tensai June 12, 2014 at 10:11 am
The school is entitled to some control over the learning environment in its building. Students areRead More to keep cell phones in purses or lockers during the day. If its out, teacher takes it,, it goes to the office and kiddo can get it at the end of the day. Not too difficult and the students learn that sometimes you have to follow someone else's rules. It won't kill you.
John Wayne June 16, 2014 at 07:09 pm
That depends on the school. Some schools are very lax and look the other way on to many issuesRead More including this one. Yes, The schools should get more involved what is going on during the school day. Once you allow this to happen for one group of kids you have to continue to do it for all the kids. You can't pick and choose who you want to call the police on. The police should always be called if something like this is going on during school hours. If it is happening after hours then the parents and the police should be involved. To many schools look the other way for only certain kids and it is not right. That is where the law suits come in.
Rick Ricky June 17, 2014 at 08:21 pm
Let me guess. Bridgewater/Raritan is listed as a top school by someone. Now you know why? All theseRead More top schools lie by not reporting the crap that goes on.
Julie L Reardon June 6, 2014 at 08:51 am
ATTTENTION: Jessica Mazzola: Error in the article: should be Wayne Hills NOT Glen Rock in theRead More following paragraph: "The list has Wayne Valley ranked as the 105th school on the list of 122 NJ schools, and Glen Rock as 108th."
Jessica Mazzola June 6, 2014 at 09:01 am
Thanks, Julie!
bfree June 6, 2014 at 02:21 pm
I need some assistance with interpretation of the score. If the high score in the nation was 21,Read More and the score is calculated by the # of AP tests given in a year divided by the number of grads in that same year, does a score of 21 indicate that there were 21 AP tests given per graduate? A better metric for "quality of a school" might be the number of AP exams passed for college level credit earned and accepted by graduating seniors' colleges divided by the number of seniors in that year's graduating class. Lots of dummies think they can get AP credit in COLLEGE, but unless the AP exam score is high enough, all they get is credit for the course by the high school--I think.
Marlboro Mann June 4, 2014 at 10:44 am
God bless the proliferation of tutoring centers. Our taxes pay teachers to show up at work and thenRead More they really teach when it comes to the after school jobs. BTW should I send in my Abbott check now or flush the cash down the toilet-Same Result.
Rick Ricky June 18, 2014 at 06:22 pm
No, This is a joke. Just because someone graduates college for who knows what doesn't mean they areRead More smarter than someone who did not attend college. A lot of useless degrees that jobs are hard to come by. Just because a poll taken shows jersey has 34.5 pct who has degrees doesn't mean they are smart. The polls taken and what and how they come up to determine what they do is ridiculous.
Outofcontrol June 27, 2014 at 12:17 pm
You could never tell by the politicians we elect...just take a look at our Governor. He has multipleRead More degrees but still stupid and arrogant.
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eyes wide shut May 29, 2014 at 04:14 pm
Fantastic...Proud of you
zekeman May 29, 2014 at 11:07 pm
very proud as well! I play softball with her hubby - a great guy as well (and helluva softballRead More player to boot!)
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Dawn Urbanek June 10, 2014 at 10:01 pm
We have to make people aware that our State is run by public employee Unions and we need court casesRead More like today which ruled that the California Teacher Tenure rules are unconstitutional so that we can change laws and vote people out of office who do not represent the interests of the public who pay the taxes.
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 04:19 pm
Something that is interesting to note is that high school grads are going to four year universitiesRead More and studying subject that isn't marketable. While on the other hand you have people getting vocational training at vocational schools that essentially guarantees them a job out of school that will make them 'x' amount of money. So it isn't that college degrees are worthless, some are. It is also said that sometimes trade school is the right choice! Spencer James | <a href='http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/' > http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/home.html</a>
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 04:20 pm
Something that is interesting to note is that high school grads are going to four year universitiesRead More and studying subject that isn't marketable. While on the other hand you have people getting vocational training at vocational schools that essentially guarantees them a job out of school that will make them 'x' amount of money. So it isn't that college degrees are worthless, some are. It is also said that sometimes trade school is the right choice! Spencer James | http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com
NEW May 24, 2014 at 10:25 am
The girl's friend who stepped up and reported the truth did the right thing, and made all theRead More difference in the world. She could have remained quiet or lied as she was asked. The girl's ex-boyfriend may have believed her and acted out of genuine concern for her. The mother, however, asked the friend to lie. Why? Clearly that apple didn't fall far from the tree.
Hugh May 25, 2014 at 10:42 am
And here we have a perfect snapshot of the decline of American morals and civilization. Well doneRead More all. I especially appreciate the "victim's" mother.
Bob Vey June 21, 2014 at 09:10 am
The girl & her boyfriend (if he attends Drew U ) should be kicked out of school as well.
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eyes wide shut May 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm
This was done last year by a great young man on Preakness..In front of Calvery Temple....He did itRead More for an entire weekend ALONE
Joe videodummy May 22, 2014 at 12:29 pm
...but the true reality- the first student who sings out loud "Man in the Box" by AliceRead More Chains will be suspended.
Bobtwo May 22, 2014 at 11:36 pm
This is like missing a meal to learn about starvation.
ALD26 May 24, 2014 at 08:07 pm
the state and national governments are largely to blame for much of the current spending. with highRead More rates of retirement, I assure you the new teachers are not making up the bulk of these funds as their salaries are low. the requirements of the new standardized test coupled w the state evaluation system, (which I believe does have some merit as the oweness is finally demanded of administrators to properly address innefective teachers), are putting a huge financial burden on most tax payers as we have to find technology upgrades for the test, professional development to rewrite curriculum, and administrators to actually perform all of the evaluations demanded by the new initiative. I do not know what the answer is, but it is multi faceted and reaches far beyond our local BOE.
ALD26 May 24, 2014 at 08:09 pm
*owness. typo !
ALD26 May 24, 2014 at 08:09 pm
and fund not find. sorry.
WV grad May 22, 2014 at 10:26 am
Joann, to make one last comment. Yes, I am an advocate for anyone I truly have faith in afterRead More seeing him in action a number of times and seeing his grit when someone had to show some. True, he could only serve as an interim unless he decided to rejoin the ranks. However, two years with him getting us straightened out would be more than enough. The next person coming in would have the system back on its feet properly to start running again. That's what a leader will do. And considering most of our supers have not lasted beyond two years, it's a win for the school to get a leader back where he belongs. One man's opinion. I know not everyone is a fan. That would be impossible and probably be the sign of a weak leader.
Pad May 22, 2014 at 08:15 pm
They won't bring him in I guarantee it. He knows too much and they don't want that at all. They areRead More really looking for a puppet that they can pull the strings and he dances. After all this is Wayne! We pay the highest and get the worst Super Scammers there are. In the education world Wayne is the laughing stock of the bunch behind Paterson of course. Can't keep anyone in the #1 seat for the long haul but in the short hall these Super Scammers sure know how to fill their pockets with our hard earned tax dollars.
joann ranalletti May 23, 2014 at 09:43 am
We all can make a difference if we either find good solid candidates to run for the BOE in NovemberRead More or run ourselves .Let's keep Mrs. Kazan on and elect Smith but we need at least one more solid candidate to run .
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anonymous May 15, 2014 at 03:32 pm
LOL grace that was a good one.
Fed up Local May 17, 2014 at 11:29 am
Don't smoke anything on school property. Seems like a no brainer to me.
Gordo K May 18, 2014 at 02:48 pm
Hmm ... it seems to me that "smoking" has been redefined. Is inhaling any kind of vaporRead More "smoking"?
Mac May 13, 2014 at 02:27 pm
voter morals: what's in it for me? - while one can't quantify zero return on investment, one can addRead More up what it costs to keep reelecting family members with single digit leadership: we can solve any problem with more money flowing my way
timverba May 14, 2014 at 08:00 pm
It would be nice to hear a speech from a former Secretary of State, an International Monetary FundRead More Managing Director, or a billionaire mayor. But if it were for my commencement, I would be asking what is the connection to the school. Was Ms Rice involved in some cooperative program between Stanford and Rutgers? Was Ms Lagarde offering Smith College graduates a block of fellowships with the IMF? As a member of the alumni, will the sound of Michael Bloomberg's voice reverberate through my wallet so that its contents should be spilled into a bursar's tin? Most of these speeches are not setting forth public policy like General George Marshall's Plan to Harvard in 1947 or a civic vision like President Johnson's Great Society to the University of Michigan in 1964. If they have no real connection to the school's community, why should the graduates have to suffer through a thirty minute speech that is half inaudible and half unconnected. I am not trying to diminish the great accomplishments of Rice, Lagarde, and Bloomberg. Just give them their honorary stripes and keep the line moving. Commencement speeches would be received much better if limited to the school's president, provost, or even a public health official at the school.
Wwe Tensai May 15, 2014 at 04:32 pm
Who really cares who's giving the speech? The parents? No. They are there because their kid justRead More graduated and they are so proud they could burst. The graduate? No. He or she is relieved and happy and wants to get out of there and have some fun before moving on with life. The public relations people? Yep. All this fuss for a one-line blurb in some recruitment brochure: " Recent commencement speakers have included former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, Queen Elizabeth II of England, and the Archangel Gabriel." It makes the school look more prestigious on paper. The administrators don't win any extra mojo for , say, awarding more scholarships.
Spooner May 7, 2014 at 10:56 pm
Proud, how's the posting contest going?
Brandy the Dog May 8, 2014 at 06:34 am
Very well Leader Spooner, I have attracted several candidates for the Redstocking Coilition.
Marie May 8, 2014 at 07:37 am
The people condemning Condi Rice, for the most part, won't hear a WORD against any of their patronRead More saints - like Obama or the Clintons- hypocrites to the enth degree.
Joe R May 7, 2014 at 12:40 pm
"Throwing money at the problem won't fix it." Sounds like pure Sean Hannity BS. Tell thatRead More to the elite private schools that throw tons of money at their schools and at their students. Some of these elite private schools have tuitions of $36,000 and above (where Christie's kids go). These schools have class sizes of 12 pupils or less, fabulous campuses and facilities and a plethora of programs and courses. They have massive amounts of money to work with and they can be picky about who is enrolled in their schools. Even with all the advantages and the restrictiveness of these elite private schools, they do no better than the public schools of our wealthy NJ suburbs.
Joe R May 7, 2014 at 01:26 pm
This lie that our schools are failing is repeated over and over to the point that it has becomeRead More unquestioned given wisdom. Of course many of our schools have serious problems, the schools in the very poor and very fragmented urban areas that are dealing with massive joblessness, homelessness, violence and high crime rates. Amongst the wealthy industrialized nations, the US has the highest child poverty rate of about 23%. The schools in the urban areas are dealing with tremendous societal problems, the schools aren't failing, they are doing an heroic job trying to help kids who live in devastated urban areas like Camden. The suburban schools pefrom just as well if not better than some of the high performing nations.
Steve May 8, 2014 at 12:16 am
by Linda Moore, TheGuardian.com Friday 15 February 2013 10.17 EST A new book has attracted muchRead More interest in the Washington DC, especially on Capitol Hill, Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn From Educational Change in Finland?. The book arrives after Finland scored first in science and second in reading and math on the standardized test administered by the Program for International Student Assessment. Conducted among industrialized nations every three years, American students finished 25th in math, 17th in science and 12th in reading on the latest PISA assessment. Obviously, in our global economy, this nation's international educational attainment is discouraging for our future prospects. Some of Finland's students' outcomes should be especially interesting to US policy makers. Fully 93% of Finns graduate from high school – 17.5 points higher than American students. And 66% of Finns are accepted to college, a higher rate than the US and every European nation. Strikingly, the achievement gap between the weakest and strongest students academically is the smallest in the world. What might really interest some politicians is that Finland spends about 30% less per student to achieve these far-superior educational outcomes. For those who argue that a much smaller, less diverse country like Finland can't easily be compared to the US, there is an inconvenient fact: Finland performs much better educationally when compared to similar Scandinavian nations with similar demographics. Plainly, something is right in the "Land of a thousand lakes". Fortunately, US education policy is evolving in the face of our relative global underperformance. Federal policy continues to move away from the rigid certainties of the Bush-era No Child Left Behind legislation. The NCLB law set a hopelessly unrealistic target for 100% student proficiency in every school by 2014. It's clear that won't be achieved. Additionally, President Obama's Race to the Top program provides federal incentives for states to reform their public education offerings. These education reforms include lifting caps on the number of public charter schools, innovative policies to turn around failing schools, and improving teacher and principal effectiveness. As an educator who opened one of the first public charter schools in Washington DC in 1998, — at the height of the crisis of our unreformed public education system — I've always had a different take on reform than the NCLB dogma. I could see that the predominantly disadvantaged students whom the status quo was failing would need more than standardized tests to ensure school success. Our educational program invests in children early, to prepare them for the next step in their academic careers and beyond, into the world of work. We want them to gain the following: an understanding of how to use technology to enhance learning; an appreciation for, and facility in, the arts; scientific curiosity; an appreciation and knowledge of their cultures and those of others; and the capacity to think critically. Our students — 69% of whom are economically disadvantaged — can perform at the highest-level academically. Traditional standardized tests fail to adequately assess our academically rich program. Yet our scholars outperform their traditional public school peers by 16% points, and charter peers by nine points. We're not in Finland yet, but we are making progress. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/why-are-finlands-schools-successful-49859555/?all
joann ranalletti May 14, 2014 at 02:53 pm
Wayne's World On the web put in How States and School Districts Can Opt Out of Common Core . ThisRead More gives some good info. You may have a solution. We need to get local control back and new people on this BOE to move Wayne tot he top again educationally!
Wayne's World May 15, 2014 at 01:36 pm
Northjersey.com posted the article. I consider it very damning of our BOE. Really brings to lightRead More the things people have been saying about them all of these years. Time to sweep most of them out. Bravo Ms. Kazan for standing up to this nonsense, not that it has any effect yet. http://www.northjersey.com/news/education/board-of-education-oks-budget-amidst-internal-issues-1.1008108
Pad May 16, 2014 at 03:35 pm
There is more secrecy at the BOE in Wayne then at the C.I.A. in Langley Va. No one listens but theRead More BOE is almost completely dysfunctional at this point. They can't even keep a Super Scammer here no matter how much they pay. What a disgrace that Spender Gonzalez and his partner from Paterson were allowed to turn the District upside down and then walk away. Meanwhile upon their departure the BOE has nothing but high remarks for Spender Gonzalez. Not one BOE member has the guts to tell the public why #2 was forced out. All being kept quiet. But many people know the truth. Well, its old news with these two but the same old news with this BOE. No transparency with the taxpayers, secret agendas & meetings and always spending wherever they can. They say they saved a dollar here or there, then spend two dollars. These political wannabes need to go. All they give the taxpayers of this Township is their BS propaganda. The budget is a disgrace. Taxpayers Beware!
factchecker May 7, 2014 at 03:30 pm
Spooner: That was in response to someone else saying the protesters were "IslamicRead More militants" which I took offense to. I think you and I agree.
Brandy the Dog May 8, 2014 at 07:01 am
The mistress of bait and switch howls with regularity @factcheck.
Spooner May 8, 2014 at 11:17 am
Star(*)...sounds like your at a lost for words?
Joe R May 3, 2014 at 11:25 am
I see the usual right wing fascists displaying their vicious brand of ignorance and pride in knowRead More nothingness. Bravo, well done.
Mike McQueen May 3, 2014 at 05:33 pm
I see the left wing misogynist, homophobic sexual perverts are displaying their hate for women andRead More the less fortunate. So JoeR its OK for the white elitists at Princeton University to cover up sexual assault? You should be ashamed of yourself!
Rick Ricky May 8, 2014 at 06:34 pm
Princeton University is no better than all the other colleges who try to hide what is going on withRead More their school on their campus. They have a great reputation to hold up. Princeton is not all cracked up to be. It is all just that they want everyone to think they are to keep up their reputation. They love foreigners and bump out American kids who are just as good as the foreigners that they pick.
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