by John Mooney, NJSpotlight.com
A new Democratic legislator is starting to find his voice on education policy and politics, including charter schools.
Last week, state Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) announced a package of three bills on some hot issues in education, ranging from new accountability rules for teachers colleges to a new system for tracking student progress in schools.
Such announcements of bill packages are not terribly uncommon, especially during election season. Singleton is pretty prolific lawmaker, too, listed as a primary sponsor on nearly 300 bills this session.