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150423Flanagan

PARCC Opt Out Rate Could Affect Education Funding

4-23-15
PARCC testing refusal rates could affect the future of state and federal education funding.
150423Vannozzi

NJEA Challenges Creation of Camden Charter Schools

4-23-15
The NJEA is challenging the Camden School District's decision to turn five of the city's lowest performing schools into charter schools.
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State Education Funding Flat for Fourth Year in a Row

4-22-15
Some lawmakers expressed concern that education funding from the state has remained steady for four years while costs for districts have increased.
Herman J. Saatkamp Jr. has tendered his resignation as president of Stockton University. - (AARON HOUSTON)

Saatkamp resigning as Stockton president

4-22-15
Herman Saatkamp will step down as president of Stockton University later this year. He has served in the position for more than 10 years.
150420Hill

HackRU Lets Students Create Next-Level Technologies

4-20-15
Rutgers held the hackathon HackRU on its campus to allow college students to create new technology and get recruited by tech companies.
150417Wanko

Museum Offers a Slice of Jersey Diner History

4-17-15
The Cornelius Low House Middlesex County Museum has an exhibit tracing the history of the New Jersey diner.
150415Vannozzi

NJCU to Relocate School of Business to Heart of Jersey City’s Financial District

4-15-15
New Jersey City University is moving its School of Business, founded in 2013, from its main campus to the heart of Jersey City's financial district. It's slated to be open in September 2015.
150413Wanko

Asbury Park Middle Schoolers Become Entrepreneurs with JET Program

4-13-15
Asbury Park's Junior Entrepreneur Program, or JET, teaches middle school students how to start their own business.
150410Cruz

A Look at the Rutgers-Newark Master Plan

4-10-15
Rutgers-Newark recently released its Master Plan, a redesign for the campus that more greatly integrates it with Newark.
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Assessing the DREAM Act One Year Later

4-8-15
The DREAM Act gives undocumented students access to in-state tuition at New Jersey colleges, but without financial aid, some say the legislation doesn't go far enough.