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NJDOE Provides School Performance Reports with New Information

The New Jersey Department of Education issued Performance Reports for the 2015-2016 school year. Information includes absenteeism, achievement and scores for the SAT and ACT.

Elementary School Students Learn Science from Future Teachers

William Paterson University and Paterson School 12 are partners. Students from the WPU College of Education developed lesson plans and set up interactive booths in the university’s dining hall about science, nature and the environment for elementary school students.

School Helps Special Needs Students Prepare for Work

The New Road School of Parlin, a private school for students with special needs, offers students an on-campus careers program and a structured learning experience off campus to help prepare them for the working world.

Kids Learn Farming the Old Fashioned Way

Robbins Elementary School students in Trenton took part in the 25th annual horse plow event, where they learned how farming was done more than 100 years ago.

How to Keep Millennials in New Jersey

The New Jersey Business and Industry Association dedicated an entire day of panels and experts to look at the millennial exodus and the strategies to keep college-bound students learning, living and working in the state.

Parents Call for School Funding Fairness at Budget Hearing

Several parents spoke before the Senate Budget Committee asking lawmakers to increase funding to their school districts.

Partnership for Educational Justice Director Talks Last In, First Out

In a lawsuit, six Newark parents say experience and performance should count more than seniority and tenure.

Cutting-Edge Technology Helps Researchers Study Your Gut

Rutgers University now has a SHIME, which mimics the functions of the human gastrointestinal tract.

NJ Middle School Students Are Future Problem Solvers

Millstone Township Middle School students create educational video games that help students with disabilities learn.

Lawmakers Hear About Impact of Food Insecurity on College Campuses

A study by the College and University Food Bank Alliance found that 48 percent of college students reported experiencing food insecurity. Rutgers and Montclair State University each have food pantries available to help.