Outgoing Newark superintendent Chris Cerf says the academic outcomes in Newark show reforms are working.
Eleven percent of New Jersey students do not have access to the four arts disciplines: theater, music, dance and visual arts.
NJ Spotlight's John Mooney discusses the state of public education in New Jersey and how the upcoming gubernatorial election could impact funding, PARCC and charter schools.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy promises better relations with teachers and public employee unions.
NFTE offers camp to teens in under-resourced communities.
800 disadvantaged students are treated ahead of upcoming school year
The two members of the Senate Budget Committee discussed Gov. Chris Christie's 2018 budget address.
Gov. Christie delivers his final budget. A $35.5 billion blueprint of programs paid for with a combination of taxes, profits from the lottery and the state's biggest health insurer. Assembly Democrats ...
Kingsway filed a lawsuit over the constitutionality of current education funding.
Added incentive for lawmakers to find a new way to fund schools. One desperate district is asking the state Supreme Court to step in. Some New Jersey church groups join the anti-abortion march in ...
A ride-hailing partnership delivers over-served revelers home safe and its success in preventing drunk driving is spurring copycats. A mosque has won a victory in court. The judge ruling the town's ...
John Mooney from NJ Spotlight speaks about the most pressing issues facing education in New Jersey.
Gov. Christie went to a middle school in Caldwell to sign six education reform bills.
Back to school means back to battles over politics and money. The state and teachers' union still at odds with funding, testing and state control in the balance. The feds are investing in Camden with ...