The Educational Records Bureau, which administers the test, defended it. It says having a uniform assessment was in the best interest of the children and schools.
Normally, some 400 drivers handle 18,000 students in Lakewood. But officials reached a compromise after drivers complained about having to work the holiday to fulfill a state mandate to provide busing — only 200 drivers will be brought in to work on Thursday.
But the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll also shows they oppose using public money for vouchers to send children to private schools.
Two Connecticut legislative committees are endorsing a proposal that would require at least one carbon monoxide detector in every public and private school building.
By Melissa Chapman As a parent in New York City one of the most daunting tasks you are likely to face is the process of choosing a private school, aka the “Baby Ivies” for your child, […]