Formula4Success

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Kingsway Superintendent on Unfair Funding

Dr. James Lavender, Superintendent of the Kingsway Regional School District, explained why he wants to see every school district in New Jersey fairly funded. Kingsway Regional School District was previously receiving just 43% of the state aid to which it was entitled.

 

Red Bank District Members on Fair School Funding

Red Bank Superintendent of Schools Jared Rumage and concerned parent Wayne Woolley talked about the hardships that the school district has had to face because of a lack of state aid.


Chesterfield Committeewoman on Fair School Funding

Andrea Katz, a Chesterfield Township Committeewoman and the Communications Director for the Fair Funding Action Committee, explained why Chesterfield School District, which is currently receiving just 20% of the state aid to which it’s entitled, should be funded fairly.


Robbinsville Superintendent on Fair Funding

Dr. Kathie Foster, the Superintendent of Schools for the Robbinsville School District, spoke about why she feels her school needs to be funded fairly. Currently, Robbinsville is the 6th most underfunded school district in New Jersey.


Newton Superintendent Discusses School Funding

Dr. G. Kennedy Greene, Superintendent of Newton Public Schools, discussed what he feels needs to be done to further improve the school funding situation in New Jersey.


Kingsway Board Member on School Funding

Jennifer Cavallaro-Fromm, a member of the Kingsway Board of Education and the Co-Chair of the Fair Funding Action Committee, explained why fair funding for all of New Jersey’s public schools is important to New Jersey as a whole.


Mayors and local officials on the Formula4Success proposal



From Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Teresa Ruiz’s visit to Newark to discuss school funding (6/29/16):

 


From Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Brian Stack’s visit to highlight the Union City Public Schools and to discuss school funding (6/28/16):

 


From Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Nellie Pou’s visit to the City of Paterson to discuss school funding (6/28/16):