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150310Michael

Questions About Using Student Growth to Evaluate Teachers

3-10-15
The state's Education Department wants to use student growth on standardized tests to help evaluate teachers. The NJEA says that's flawed.
150310Farvardin

Stevens Institute President: Science and Technology Skills Give College Grads Advantage

3-10-15
Stevens Institute of Technology President Nariman Farvardin says that skills and knowledge obtained in the science and technology areas allow graduates to showcase a very diverse set of skills in the workforce.
150304Hill

NJ Education Department Plans Changes to Help Better Prepare Teachers

3-4-15
Many teachers in New Jersey have said they're not adequately prepared for the job so the Department of Education will implement changes to try to better prepare people for the profession.
150302Candace

Getting Young Students Interested in Reading

3-3-15
Barnes & Noble and United Way of Greater Union County teamed up to give Plainfield students books to get them more interested in reading.
150303Vannozzi

Announcing TCNJ Snow Days Has Made Dave Muha a Campus Celebrity

3-3-15
Dave Muha, associate VP of communications at The College of New Jersey has reached celebrity status on campus for his announcements about snow days.
150227Vannozzi

High School Graduation Rates Up

2-27-15
More students are graduating high school than ever before nationwide. New Jersey ranks second in the country for its graduation rate.
Married couples often have to live apart because of their careers.

Surviving a Commuter Marriage

2-26-15
A Rutgers professor examines how the growing trend of couples living apart for work relates to work, family and gender roles.
150224Weinberg

Sen. Weinberg: There is No Deal to Save the Pension System

2-24-15
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says although Gov. Christie said there was a deal to save the state's pension system during his budget address, that's not true.
120224Hill

School District Apologizes for PARCC Incentives

2-24-15
Morris Hills Regional District offered incentives for students to take the controversial PARCC test.
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Assembly Approves Bill to Delay PARCC Test

2-23-15
Members of the Assembly voted 63 to 7 to delay the PARCC test results being used by three years.