NJ Spotlight News Election Conversations: Education
The 2021 gubernatorial election season in New Jersey promises to bring increased attention to key topics affecting the state’s future.
To reveal facts and insights crucial to voters and assist in determining the stakes and impact of the election, NJ Spotlight News will host a series of virtual conversations covering issues of importance around the state.
This education panel was help on Sept. 14.
Chris Cerf, former Commissioner, NJ Department of Education, former Superintendent, Newark Public Schools
Dr. Natakie Chestnut-Lee, Superintendent & Chief School Administrator, Pleasantville Public School District
Gaëtane Jean-Marie, Ph.D., Dean and Professor of Professional Leadership, College of Education, Rowan University
Joanna Gagis, Correspondent, NJ Spotlight News
John Mooney, Founding Editor and Education Writer, NJ Spotlight News.
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