The Newark Trust for Education's Executive Director, Ronald Chaluisán, shares his views on remote learning and the upcoming School Board Election with WBGO, and NTE's Campaign Central receives a spotlight. Read the articles below.

  1. Newark Trust For Education's Take on Online Learning and the May 12th School Board Elections The Executive Director of the Newark Trust For Education Ronald Chaluisán chats with WBGO's News Director Doug Doyle about ways teachers, students and parents can improve online learning from home.

  2. Newark Readies For ‘Virtual Vote,’ Nonprofit Has Online GuideThis coming Newark School Board Election is a historic one, and Newark Trust for Education is making it easy for Newarkers to cast their “virtual votes.” 

  3. As We Shift to Remote Learning in These Uncertain Times, Let’s Not Forget the Whole ChildStudents whose social and emotional needs are not being met do not learn effectively. When children are in school, this structure is largely in place. When schools close, the child’s world can crumble. I believe that our educators can meet the challenges laid out above, activating the social and emotional supports necessary for robust learning in uncertain times. I trust that they can imagine and construct assignments that support family interactions rather than interrupt them.