The theme for the day was Career Progress through Digital Skills: Workforce Development and Digital Literacy.
The New Jersey State Policy Lab was featured in this post written by Katie Crist and includes a quote from Executive Director Elizabeth Cooner.
This opinion piece written by Policy Fellows Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe examines mediation opportunities in the NY NJ bi-state Waterfront Commission case.
The recent report by the Rutgers Center for Women and Work, in partnership with the New Jersey State Policy Lab, found that nearly half of eligible parents in the Garden State did not receive advance payments.
This opinion piece written by Policy Fellows Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe explores the critical question: Does removing students from school reduce the incidence of aberrant behavior?
Elizabeth Cooner, Executive Director of the New Jersey State Policy Lab talks about the Lab’s mission of conducting rigorous evidence-based research to help inform New Jersey’s policymakers on solutions to important policy questions that are effective, innovative, and always have a focus on equity.
The City of Newark’s ability to distribute federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funds during a housing crisis spurred by the coronavirus pandemic was lauded as a “success story” compared to other large New Jersey cities, according to a recent study by the New Jersey State Policy Lab at Rutgers University.
A first-of-its-kind study made public on Monday by the New Jersey State Policy Lab at Rutgers University hopes to answer such questions and provide a starting point for cannabis research.
New Jersey Policy Lab work featured in Results for America report recognizing NJ as an “honor roll” stateTamara Swedberg2022-01-20T17:36:18-05:00
New Jersey Policy Lab was featured as a “promising example” of the State of New Jersey using program evaluations to improve results, according to a recent Results for America report cited by the Office of the Governor.
While the Murphy administration was successful in giving 358,212 students access to critical education tools they previously lacked, the digital divide remains a problem in New Jersey as well as throughout the nation.