NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — The state of New Jersey has approved the charter school movement with some big changes.
New Jersey is the first state to approve the charter schools model that allows students to choose where they want to live.
It also allows teachers to choose their schools and principals, a move that critics say could make the system a model for other states.
New Brunswick’s charter school system has received some criticism, including the accusation that it is a model that can be copied by other states and has been criticized for making its principals and teachers a lot more powerful than their teachers.
But the board of trustees of New Brunswick’s high school for the arts said Monday that the new rules won’t prevent students from moving to another school.
The board said it will continue to work with the district to ensure that students in each school can attend their preferred school, with no restrictions.
The board also said it won’t change any rules about how schools are run.
New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo has said he plans to allow charter schools in the state, but it’s unclear how he will go about it.
The state has some of the strictest laws in the country regarding school choice.
Supporters say the new charter system is the best way to give New York a competitive charter school market that is smaller and cheaper than the traditional public schools.
The proposal would also provide more support for low-income students, such as those who attend charter schools, and provide a greater voice for teachers, said Jennifer Johnson, a New York State Education Commissioner.
Newark, Newark’s mayor and school board president, has called for the new system, saying he wants to help make New York the best charter school marketplace in the nation.