Welcome to our Parents, Educators, Advocates, Seniors, Foster Families, Legislators, Congressmen, Senators, Candidates and Policy Leaders in New Jersey!
The New Jersey Education Survey is a great way for New Jersey families/students/educators/communities to become real stakeholders in K-12 education.
Please complete the survey to the best of your knowledge
Survey results will be shared with Lawmakers at the end of January 2024.
If families had access to a meaningful portion of education tax dollars, would this encourage/enable better educational opportunities across the state?
Will financial agency incentivize the creation and sustainability of new educational models that can better meet the needs of our students, in all of our communities?
What if we can do better? A LOT better?
Taxpayers are Pushing Back on Special Interests.
We know that special interest groups should never dictate education policy.
New Jersey’s Public System is Socioeconomically Segregated.
‘Home rule’ and the way that we fund our single system is protected.
Education Tax Dollars are not Accountable to Outcome.
New Jersey spends over 10 billion dollars on K-12 education, each year.
New Jersey’s per pupil average is $18,000.
Up to $61,000 per student in underserved districts.
Education Saving’s Accounts (ESA’s) Will Give Communities Buying Power.
Families should be allowed to direct education tax dollars.
What happens when communities are invited to this conversation?
What happens when education tax dollars become accountable to student outcome?
What if ‘we the people’ have the ability to improve education outcomes for each passing generation?
Let’s work together and find out what we can do in The Garden State.