Rise, a nonprofit, runs a summer camp for students in Hightstown and East Windsor that focuses on preparing students for the first day of school throughout the summer.
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While more than half of students in New Jersey are nonwhite, just 16% of teachers are, according to the state Department of Education.
The Department of Education says it will look into the shortages in specific subject areas this summer.
Gov. Murphy signed legislation to both fight hunger and reduce food waste in the Garden State.
The Urban Youth Conference brought together hundreds of students from more than 10 urban communities, both in and out of Newark.
Three months after a bill was signed to provide subsidies for the horse industry, executives say they’re already seeing a boost.
The city council says they will introduce a resolution that would establish a committee. A new ordinance will be presented 30 days after, and if adopted it would take effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
New Jersey may be one the most diverse states in the country, but it's also one of the most segregated. A recent summit on civil rights looked at why the state remains segregated -- and how policies ...
As New Jersey seniors live longer than ever, it's become more challenging to stay in the state throughout retirement. Union County freeholders held an event to address the issue, with tips for seniors ...
Women veterans share their diverse experiences in the "I am Not Invisible" exhibit.
The CWA says Sweeney's plan shifts the costs of health care onto state workers and does not solve the pension funding problem.
A federal judge ruled that Kelly will serve 13 months for plotting to cause traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge to punish the Fort Lee mayor who refused to endorse Christie for reelection.
The lawsuit filed by Mahwah Township and the Ramapo Hunt and Polo Club seeks to limit the number of Ramapough allowed to use the prayer site and remove the tribe’s prayer circle and altar.
At Monmouth University’s Climate Conference experts discuss effects of climate change, especially in New Jersey.
Health advocates and students joined Pallone to introduce the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019.