Improving Education

Improving New Jersey’s public school system is critical for student success and a brighter economic outlook for future generations. New Jersey is blessed with incredible parents, educators and institutions of learning, but too many students are graduating high school without the necessary skills to succeed. And despite an improving state economy, too many college graduates are struggling to find jobs after earning a degree, choosing instead to move back in with their parents. We must not rest on our laurels and instead put all available tools and resources together to improve our education system so our students can graduate with the needed skills to get a job, buy a home and raise a family in New Jersey. This includes: 

  • Reforming the antiquated school funding formula.
  • Expanding vocational education and apprenticeships.
  • Advancing merit pay for teachers.
  • Making higher education more flexible and affordable.
  • Expanding school choice.