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We are conveniently located in downtown Newark in the lower level of the Genova Burns building

494 Broad Street, Suite LL30
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: (973) 648-0300
Fax: (973) 648-0304


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  • commented 2017-10-05 14:15:30 -0400
    Hey! It’s your neighbor on Market St.! Fantastic website, I would love to grab lunch together sometime. My contact info is on our website as well.
  • commented 2017-09-14 05:18:37 -0400
    It is a mental wonder that kids at youthful age are under a tremendous companion weight. Something that they learn in the class with their associate gathering is the thing that establishes a superior connection on their psyches than something else. They are more engaged in the lessons that educators offer and are more anxious making inquiry to clear their ambiguities. They may feel humiliated and uneasy scrutinizing their folks about it, however it generally varies if there should be an occurrence of the instructor in the class. This is on account of everybody in the class is experiencing a similar stage. A class exchange winds up plainly sound wellspring of learning as it helps in improving the information regarding the matter.
  • commented 2016-03-31 09:13:28 -0400
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  • commented 2015-12-06 19:07:38 -0500
    Dear Newark Trust,
    Do you wish to have an international dimension of collaboration to your work?
    Based in Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, UK I work with public (i.e. state funded) schools in the original Newark in Nottinghamshire.
    These schools have a common bond of being in areas of deprivation. Coming from a different education system (Scotland) I have been impressed by the excellent work being undertaken by headteachers, teachers and teaching assistants in improving the life chances of their children.
    It strikes me that we may have much to gain – and little to lose – through schools and educational institutions collaborating ‘across the pond’.
    What do you think?
    Yours sincerely,
    Antony Luby
    Senior Lecturer Teacher Development


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