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Developing Survey Instrument to Examine Equity in Access to New Jersey Virtual Schwartz Rounds Emotional Support Program for Nurses

2024-03-18T14:53:20-04:00

By Irina B. Grafova, Pamela B. de Cordova, Jennifer Polakowski, and Jessica Anderson. New Jersey Virtual Schwartz Rounds (VSR) programs aim to provide a forum for nursing peers [...]

Developing Survey Instrument to Examine Equity in Access to New Jersey Virtual Schwartz Rounds Emotional Support Program for Nurses2024-03-18T14:53:20-04:00

Incorporating Equity into Agency Performance Assessment: Lessons for New Jersey

2024-03-11T10:03:57-04:00

By Marilyn Rubin Equity measures as part of department/agency performance assessment are essential to government efforts to incorporate equity into decision-making, programming, and service delivery. Equity in agency performance assessments helps to ensure that public dollars do not fund programs, projects, or policies that exacerbate inequities. In New Jersey, the state government is proactively advancing [...]

Incorporating Equity into Agency Performance Assessment: Lessons for New Jersey2024-03-11T10:03:57-04:00

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

50 Years of Protecting the Shore: What’s Next for CAFRA?

2024-01-22T10:31:34-05:00

By Will Parker. For fifty years, New Jersey’s Coastal Area Facility Review Act (CAFRA) has been protecting coastal resources and guiding development patterns along the shoreline. To commemorate that anniversary, this project sought to understand [...]

50 Years of Protecting the Shore: What’s Next for CAFRA?2024-01-22T10:31:34-05:00

Partnerships, Targeted Goals, and Impacts: A Revised Implementation Strategy for the Great American Outdoors Act

2024-01-16T09:38:19-05:00

By Josephine O’Grady. The Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) of 2020 promised the investment in national parks that the United States desperately needed. Since 1980, the number of visitors to national parks [...]

Partnerships, Targeted Goals, and Impacts: A Revised Implementation Strategy for the Great American Outdoors Act2024-01-16T09:38:19-05:00

Digital Governance and the Power of Big Data: Transforming Government in the Digital Age

2024-01-04T09:12:43-05:00

By Tarun Reddy Arasu The continued growth in the use of technology by governments is reshaping public administration and redefining how governments interact with citizens, businesses, as well as with other governments. As a result, digital government platforms have become a cornerstone of modern governance, offering the potential to enhance the efficiency and accessibility of public services. [...]

Digital Governance and the Power of Big Data: Transforming Government in the Digital Age2024-01-04T09:12:43-05:00

Internet Skills and Perceptions of E-Government Remain Steady in the Face of Greater Economic Hardship

2023-11-30T09:50:13-05:00

By Grace Maruska. E-government offers new, innovative ways to help connect individuals with public services. Navigating our post-pandemic world, however, requires deeper understanding of how various factors [...]

Internet Skills and Perceptions of E-Government Remain Steady in the Face of Greater Economic Hardship2023-11-30T09:50:13-05:00

Rethinking Complete Streets

2023-11-20T08:43:01-05:00

By Hannah Younes, Robert B. Noland, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, Jeffrey Dennis, Colin Roche, and Sam Rosenthal. Governor Phil Murphy signed S-147 into law in January 2023 directing the New Jersey Department of Transportation [...]

Rethinking Complete Streets2023-11-20T08:43:01-05:00
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