Governor Phil Murphy today announced the first round of new Preschool Education Expansion Aid (PEEA) of $20.6 million to 31 eligible districts, which will enhance and expand preschool education programs for more than 2,000 three and four-year-old children across the state.
Gov. Phil Murphy is announcing the first round of expanded funding for preschool programs in New Jersey. Murphy said the $20.6 million for 31 school districts will increase or enhance preschool programs for more than 2,000 3-and-4-year-olds in the Garden State.
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Parents with Pre-K students enrolled in the Children’s Corner programs will soon see some changes as the Piscataway school district expands instruction and staffing thanks to recent state aid it received in the form of a $1.8 million grant.
The Morris School district will receive $927,000 to bolster its preschool program, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday. It's one of 31 eligible school districts set to receive over $20 million in state ate.
In a recent press release, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that Rahway was one of 31 districts to receive money from the new Preschool Education Expansion Act (PEEA). The district received $881,456 to help fund the district’s early education program.
A $1.422 Million grant obtained by the South Orange-Maplewood School District to expand preschool could ultimately lead to universal pre-K — bringing free preschool education to up to 1,000 children ages 3 and 4 throughout the towns each year.
The South Orange-Maplewood Public School District (SOMA) will be among the state's largest beneficiaries of the first round of new Preschool Education Expansion Aid (PEEA), Governor Phil Murphy announced Tuesday.
“Thanks for sharing!” goes to Hamilton Township Schools (Atlantic County) and Master Teacher Laurie Derringer – and LAST year’s pre-k expansion! View their recent promo video.
Gov. Phil Murphy will tour pre-k classes and discuss budget investment in statewide pre-k expansion.
Senate President Steve Sweeney on Tuesday provided an advance of his school funding proposal.
A week before Gov. Phil Murphy introduces his first state budget, the state's top lawmaker on Tuesday offered his own proposal to hike corporate taxes and pump hundreds of millions of dollars into New Jersey public schools.
Senate President Steve Sweeney said Tuesday he wants to raise taxes on corporations earning more than $1 million in annual net income, unveiling his proposed plan in advance of Gov. Murphy's March 13 Budget Address.
Gov. Phil Murphy can make New Jersey a leader again by keeping his promise to make quality, free pre-K available to all families in New Jersey. He can start by prioritizing the plan the Legislature approved a decade ago." - Steve Barnett, NIEER
Pre-k expansion was on the minds of elected officials and attendees at the inauguration of Governor Phil Murphy. Listen to the first two minutes of NJTV's January 16, 2018 inaugural coverage - and how "50,000 kids waiting" became part of the day's visual.
Gov-elect Phil Murphy announced Friday he's nominating the superintendent of Asbury Park schools to be New Jersey's next education commissioner -- and tasked him with helping "revolutionize learning" in the state.
High-quality early-education does work, both for supporting children and for supporting working families. In fact, researchers have called it a "game-changer", with lasting, long-term benefits.
Researchers have studied the success of pre-k education for nearly 60 years. The studies are consistent in their findings: Early childhood education gives students the best chance to succeed in school, and later in life. For socioeconomically disadvantaged children, universal pre-k could be a lifeline. For cities, it offers the possibility of breaking cycles of poverty.