Op-Ed: Is N.J. public education funding really a priority?

The progress made in New Jersey to erase public education debt was brief, according to David Sciarra, the executive director of the Education Law Center in Newark.

“In short order, the state’s debt to public education is now back up to $2 billion, and lawmakers have abandoned their high-sounding rhetoric promising to close the funding gap by 2024,” Sciarra writes in an op-ed published by NJ Spotlight.

Read Sciarra’s full column here.