School 101 – Education in Princeton Today

March 17, 2020

Editor’s Note

Welcome to Princeton Perspectives! We are excited to share our debut issue with you!

Princeton Perspectives was conceived twelve years ago when Princeton Online (POL) had an idea to create a topical online magazine. POL had found success designing and hosting hyper-local community websites and informing the community about local events and resources. But Peter wanted to take it further – to start a sister site that looked deeper into some of the stories the community was interested in. The idea sat with him for years.

Enter Lisa Jacknow – currently a stay at home mom who had spent years as a television reporter and producer in New York and New Jersey.  More…

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  • A Principal’s Perspective: COVID-19 by Dr. Robert Ginsberg - Principal at Johnson Park Elementary School - Our Editor’s Conversation with Dr. Robert Ginsberg, Principal at Johnson Park Elementary School The anticipation and realization of COVID-19 in first the U.S, and later in Princeton, has been unbelievable and overwhelming… Read more...
  • PPS Referendum- How’s our Money Being Spent? by Lisa Jacknow - Whether you have children in the public schools or not, if you own a home in Princeton your taxes are affected by the Princeton Public Schools referendum. Fifteen months ago the residents… Read more...
  • Princeton Teens and Vaping by Riva Levy - Corner House - Vaping has become dangerously prevalent amongst teenagers.  The temptations for Princeton teens are no different than others, but is the forecast for vaping use in our local high schools more optimistic? Teens… Read more...
  • The Changing Landscape of Princeton Preschools by Lisa Jacknow - “I have my fingers crossed, all of my fingers and toes. And my husband, too, everyone is crossing their fingers,” shares Begoña Mendiguren, as she waits to find out if her daughter… Read more...

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