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Worry Over Trump’s Reversal of Transgender Student Bathroom Policy

2-24-17
Some are concerned after President Trump reversed the directive allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and facilities of their choice in public schools. But others say it's a states' rights issue.

Senate President Talks School Funding Formula

2-24-17
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses the state's school funding formula, the governor's budget address, pension payments and more.

My Very Own Library Provides Free Books to Students

2-23-17
The United Way runs the My Very Own Library program, which encourages children to read by offering 10 books to students before summer break.

City Mayors Defend Current School Funding Formula

2-22-17
Newark and Jersey City mayors went before the Senate Select Committee on School Funding Fairness to explain why they think the current aid structure makes sense for the state.

Graduation in Question After Errors Found in Englewood Students’ Grades

2-21-17
After the Englewood Public School District switched student information systems in July, errors with credit value, grades and the weight of those grades into students’ GPAs have been found, affecting their eligibility to graduate.

Kids Get More Than a Haircut in Long Branch Barbershops

2-20-17
The Long Branch Free Public Library created an initiative that puts books in barbershops in an effort to encourage young African-American and Latino children to read.

‘Back on Track’ Recognizes Camden Students’ Improvement

2-14-17
The first ever “Back on Track” student luncheon honored nearly two dozen students from Woodrow Wilson High School and Camden High School who’ve worked to overcome attendance, academic or behavior issues.

Paterson Case Highlights Overseas Students Playing High School Sports

2-10-17
The basketball coach and assistant coach at Paterson Eastside have been suspended after it was discovered that they were housing players from Nigeria and Puerto Rico.

New Jersey Could Capitalize on DeVos Confirmation

2-7-17
New Education Secretary Besty DeVos could conceivably shift $20 billion in federal education funding into a school vouchers program, but New Jersey can capitalize on her preference for local control, according to the State Board of Education president.

Applications for Law School Have Declined in Recent Years

2-3-17
Applications to law schools nationwide have declined an average of 20 percent over the last seven years.