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Watch 3rd Annual EliteHoopsShowcase Camp on iHigh!

Sep 26, 2011 • by Horace Neysmith • All Metro Sports
The 3rd Annual EliteHoopsShowcase Camp is coming to Atlanta for its National Camp, October 1st and 2nd. Last years event, held at New Birth's Samson Life Center, was attended by over 180 players from across the Southeast. More

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Common Core, PARCC: Sound off tonight in Jackson

Jan 28, 2015 • Asbury Park Press
The commission reviewing Common Core and PARCC testing in New Jersey will hear from the public Thursday night in Jackson about their thoughts on the education standards and testing. The hearing will be held 6 p.m. in Jackson Liberty High School ... More

Student testing time is 'huge problem,' N.J. schools superintendent says

Jan 29, 2015 • NJ.com
JERSEY CITY — It starts in the fall with benchmark assessments and student growth objectives and ends in the spring with final exams and AP tests. In between, high school students have to take the annual state assessments in English and math, not to ... More

Got gripes about Common Core? Here's your chance

Jan 20, 2015 • NJ.com
The Department of Education on Tuesday announced the public sessions for The Study Commission on the Use of Student Assessments in New Jersey, which will be held Tuesday in Camden County, Wednesday in Jersey City and Thursday in Jackson. Tuesday's ... More

NJ education commissioner backs out of on-air PARCC forum

Jan 25, 2015 • New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
New Jersey 101.5 is planning a special PARCC discussion this Thursday night at 7, as part of our Town Hall Series. New Jersey Education Commissioner David Hespe had agreed to be in our studio to take calls from listeners but, over the weekend, reneged ... More

Diegnan Enters PARCC Exam Fray with Bill Formalizing Opt-Out Procedures

Jan 30, 2015 • NJ Spotlight
As the debate rages in public over New Jersey's new student testing, state legislators are entering the fray with several new bills that could limit the exams and how they are used. State Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan Jr. (D-Middlesex), ... summer when ... More

Public Gets Chance to Air Views on Controversial New Testing for NJ Students

Jan 21, 2015 • NJ Spotlight
Six months after Gov. Chris Christie announced that his administration would evaluate state testing in schools, a study commission will hold a quick round of public hearings on the hot-button topic next week in three locations across the state. More

Crowd's Small But the Message is Loud and Clear at Hearing on New State Exam

Jan 29, 2015 • NJ Spotlight
It's an issue that's supposedly gripping New Jersey public schools, but the first of three public hearings on student testing -- or what critics call over-testing – didn't exactly draw an overwhelming crowd. But while only about 50 people showed up ... More

$12K, drugs found in car Jersey City police pulled over in shooting probe ...

Jan 3, 2015 • NJ.com
JERSEY CITY -- A city man pulled over in the Marion section because his car fit the description of a vehicle used in a shooting was charged with drug offenses after police found $12,000 in cash and bags of suspected marijuana in the vehicle Thursday ... More

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