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Report Shows Continued Decline in Harassment, Bullying in NJ Schools

Three years into tough new law, educators seem to have gotten a handle on how to deal with aggressors while helping victims.

Superior Court Judge Rules Against Rural Districts in School-Funding Suit

Setback in Bacon v. NJDOE only temporary, plaintiff's lawyers say, but decision frees state to focus on upcoming school budget.

GradNation Summit in Newark Aims to Increase High School Graduation Rates

The GradNation Campaign hopes to raise the national graduation rate to 90 percent by 2020.

Students Learn Programming During Hour of Code

More than 1,000 New Jersey schools participated in Hour of Code, which teaches students how to create their own programs, like video games.

Students Make Blankets for Cancer Patients

Megan Vizzard, 14, started Cozies 4 Chemo, which provides cancer patients with blankets to use during chemotherapy.

Senate Confirms Education Commissioner Hespe

Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the confirmation hearing for David Hespe to become education commissioner.

Federal Funds Mean More Kids in New Jersey Will Get to Attend Preschool

About 2,000 children in 19 districts will benefit from $66 million in aid, partly closing gap left when state abandoned earlier pledge to expand pre-K.

Patients Given Less Blood During Transfusions Do Well

Rutgers-led research finds similar survival rates whether blood transfusions are large or small.

Rutgers Makes Bowl Game in First Big Ten Season

The Rutgers football team is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit after finishing its first season as part of the Big Ten Conference.

Shedding Light on Mental Illness Through Movies and Social Media

Students tweet their insights while watching Forrest Gump, Silver Linings Playbook during innovative Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School course.