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Stockton University Shows Off Atomic Force Microscope

4-20-17
Stockton University has acquired a $6 million atomic force microscope, which is much more powerful than a traditional microscope.

Officials Tout Atlantic City Redevelopment Project Amid Critics of State Control

4-20-17
The $220 million Atlantic City Gateway Project will combine an upscale corporate headquarters for South Jersey Gas and an oceanfront Stockton University residential campus.

Bipartisan Effort to Fix School Funding Formula

4-17-17
Democratic Senate President Sweeney and Republican Sen. Pennacchio have joined forces.

Rutgers-Newark Debate Team Wins National Tournaments

4-14-17
Nicole Nave and Devane Murphy of Rutgers-Newark won the Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament and the National Debate Tournament.

Paterson School Board Votes to Suspend, Fire Employees in Eastside Scandal

4-13-17
The Paterson Board of Education voted to fire and suspend employees associated with Eastside High School's basketball scandal.

Special Interest Groups Advocate for Funding at Senate Budget Hearing

4-13-17
Representatives from Legal Services of New Jersey, The Arc of New Jersey, Sierra Club and NJEA asked senators for more state funding.

College Professors Fed Up with Lack of Contract

4-12-17
New Jersey college and university professors haven't gotten a raise in nearly two years. They marched in protest on seven campuses.

NJDOE Provides School Performance Reports with New Information

4-11-17
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

4-10-17
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

4-10-17
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.