As a little boy in Piscataway, New Jersey, I would walk home from Eisenhower Elementary School on Stelton Road and see in the distance to the north a long ridge. I now know this feature to be the Watchung Mountains. Of course, the name might seem misleading, as the maximum elevation is only a few [...]
Tag: New Jersey
Important Media Education Legislation in New Jersey
New Jersey’s legislation remains silent on the history, framework, mechanisms, psychology, sociology, pathology, intentions, and currents of influence of the very media that most directly and pervasively affect the lives of young people.
Governor Christie and the Teachers’ Union
Originally posted on Open Salon on January 21, 2011: A few comments today on a matter specific to New Jersey. There has been a public relations war going on for some time between our governor, Chris Christie, and the state teachers’ union, and it is going to heat up again very soon. When I speak [...]