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Assembly Bill Would Increase Suicide-Awareness Training for New Jersey Educators

New measure would require teachers to spend two hours each year learning ways to identify and avoid these tragedies.

Obama Plan: Free Community College for Those with 2.5 GPA

President Obama has proposed offering free community college tuition for eligible students who maintain a 2.5 GPA and attend at least half-time.

Future Hackensack University Health Network-Seton Hall medical school heralded as ‘game-changer’

Plans for New Jersey's first four-year private medical school have been announced.

Hackensack University Health Network, Seton Hall to create medical school on former Roche campus

The two entities have signed a memorandum of understanding to start a private four-year medical school.

Rutgers Professor Faces Ethics Complaint

The New Jersey Charter Schools Association has filed an ethics complaint against Dr. Julia Sass Rubin, saying she's using her position at Rutgers to improperly advocate for public schools and Save Our Schools NJ.

Newark School Chief Could Earn Hefty Bonus Based on Performance Review

If Cami Anderson meets seven criteria, she qualifies for a 20 percent boost above her 2013-2014 salary.

Jersey City to Get New Elementary School

Officials held a groundbreaking for a new school in Jersey City Heights for pre-K to fifth grade, scheduled to open for the 2016 school year.

NJ Spotlight Founder: Chance of School Aid Increases

NJ Spotlight founder John Mooney says there may be chance that schools receive additional aid in the state budget, but it won't be much of an increase.

Cami Anderson Faces Education Committee

Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson appeared before the Joint Committee on Education to discuss the One Newark reform plan.

Newark Police Address Relationship with Young Men of Color

During a My Brother's Keeper event at Central High School in Newark, police and young men of color met to discuss the relationship between the two groups.