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Report Release: The Transportation Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic

2024-02-29T09:15:45-05:00

By Robert Noland, Hannah Younes, Evan Iacobucci, and Wenwen Zhang. The COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on transportation behavior in New Jersey and throughout the world. Our research sought to examine these changes and whether any changes will be long-lasting [...]

Report Release: The Transportation Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic2024-02-29T09:15:45-05:00

Working to Address Youth Disconnection Through Policy in NJ

2024-02-22T09:24:06-05:00

By Bernie Lombardi, Ph.D., Betsy Kim, Ph.D., Robyn Ince, Ed.M.   On January 16, 2024, The Disconnection Prevention Bill (S3080) was signed into law by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Bill S3080 will establish the Disconnection Prevention Task Force to analyze the causes of school disconnection for individuals from high schools and public institutions of [...]

Working to Address Youth Disconnection Through Policy in NJ2024-02-22T09:24:06-05:00

NJ News and Policy Updates – Stay in Touch with the New Jersey State Policy Lab

2024-02-19T09:01:04-05:00

By Megan McCue In the nearly three years since the New Jersey State Policy Lab was formed, the team and their researchers have published a wealth of information in various forms, including blogs, reports, and policy briefs on a wide range of subjects affecting residents all across the state of New Jersey, from healthcare, education, [...]

NJ News and Policy Updates – Stay in Touch with the New Jersey State Policy Lab2024-02-19T09:01:04-05:00

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study

2024-02-12T20:03:27-05:00

By Yao Sun, Ph.D., Avanish Kulkarni, & Sania Murtuza. As the global emphasis on sustainability grows everyday— it is crucial to assess different alternatives for energy that does not require the burning of fossil fuels and nonrenewable energies in general [...]

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study2024-02-12T20:03:27-05:00

Opioid Treatment in Emergency Departments: A Conversation with Dr. Alexis LaPietra

2024-02-08T14:01:14-05:00

By Jim Lloyd, interviewing Dr. Alexis LaPietra. In the face of persistently high rates of opioid overdose and the very high risks of subsequent adverse outcomes faced by individuals who survive overdoses, New Jersey hospitals are innovating [...]

Opioid Treatment in Emergency Departments: A Conversation with Dr. Alexis LaPietra2024-02-08T14:01:14-05:00

Teacher Candidate Performance Assessment Moves Forward in New Jersey

2024-02-01T13:15:32-05:00

By Drew Gitomer, Emily Hodge, and Rachel Garver. In June 2022, New Jersey enacted a significant change in how educator preparation programs (EPPs) would assess the quality and readiness of their teacher candidates through performance assessment [...]

Teacher Candidate Performance Assessment Moves Forward in New Jersey2024-02-01T13:15:32-05:00
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