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151119Flanagan

Kean University Students React to Bomb Threats and Hate Tweets

11-19-15
Someone tweeted a barrage of racist death threats threatening students of color Tuesday.
151118Flanagan

Bill Throws Red Flag on Redshirting

11-18-15
A bill sponsored by Senator Codey would penalize redshirting by making kids who repeat sixth, seventh or eighth grades — despite being academically proficient — eligible for only three consecutive years of high school sports.
151113Vannozzi

Rowan Offers Degree Program That Saves Students Time and Money

11-13-15
Rowan University will offer incoming freshman the chance to get a degree in 3 years, by attending full-time during the summer where tuition, fees and housing will all be free.
151112Wanko

Toms River Students Create ‘Fight Song’ Against Bullying

11-12-15
North Dover Elementary School students created a video parody of Rachel Platten's "Fight Song." They changed the lyrics to focus on anti-bullying. The National Center for Education Statistics indicates in 2013 nearly one out of every four students reported being bullied.
151110Cerf

Superintendent Cerf Stands Up For Newark Schools

11-10-15
Newark superintendent Chris Cerf discusses One Newark, the district's debt and the process of gaining back local control.
151109Flanagan

State Releases PARCC Test Questions

11-9-15
The state released 800 test questions from the spring PARCC exam taken by students in grades 3 through 11. Preliminary results show that less than half of New Jersey students met the new performance goals set by the state in either math or English.
151106Hill

‘Bridging The Gap’ by Offering Free or Half-Price Tuition at Rutgers Camden

11-6-15
Rutgers Camden says it’s the first in the state to offer free or half-price tuition. To qualify, students must be a New Jersey resident that graduated from high school. Those from families earning $60,000 or less would qualify for free tuition, and families earning $60,001 to $100,000 would qualify for half-price tuition.
151106Flanagan

Cerf Reassures Nearly Empty Auditorium That Newark’s School Budget is in Order

11-6-15
There was a low turnout at the most recent Newark school board's special budget hearing. Superintendent Chris Cerf maintained that the current $13 million budget gap will close by the end of the year, despite flat funding from the state.
151104Cruz

Cerf Sails Through Annual Report in Front of State Board of Ed.

11-4-15
Newark superintendent Chris Cerf presented a state-mandated annual report on the status of Newark's state-controlled schools.
151103Vannozzi

School Board Elections: the Race No One Wants to Run

11-3-15
School Board elections can often grow contentious, controversial and in the case of New Jersey this year, uncontested. 522 school districts will select board candidates today, but most of the seats have just one or none running.