Legislative leaders were briefed on the budget Monday afternoon by treasury officials.
The audit points out what every rail-rider already knows: NJ Transit’s cash-starved and poorly-run, infuriatingly inept at communicating with commuters and lacking strategic vision.
Lawmakers today chastised transportation officials for moving too slowly to fix looming crises like critical staff shortages and for failing to properly alert commuters about cancellations and ...
Concerns, complaints, overcrowding at Greystone psychiatric facility. What’s a remedy while at least one investigation is underway. High heat and humidity can test outdoor athletes conditioning this ...
Though New Jersey has taken steps to avoid incidents, coaches must remain vigilant and look for symptoms.
The successor to No Child Left Behind returns a lot of decision-making to the state.
States won back the right to implement school reform their own way. But who gets to decide in New Jersey? A hate crime mars a congressional campaign here. What does it say about who we are? The fight ...
A raucous rally over taxi competition. A roadblock for the Transportation Trust Fund. Scanning social media for test cheats. Deconstructing the Exxon settlement.
Pearson, which is administering the PARCC test, has been monitoring students' social media accounts.
Christie's town hall tour hits Somerville while the public gets an earful on the budget. Measuring student progress, not teacher performance? Microbeads: Smoothing your skin but poisoning the planet?
Microbeads used in personal care products pose environmental dangers since they pass through most water treatments.
Fifty bucks for besting the PARCC test? Efforts to postpone using the results for years. Atlantic City's crisis call for creativity. And losing a jazz great.
Members of the Assembly voted 63 to 7 to delay the PARCC test results being used by three years.
Crunch time for the Transportation Trust Fund. Opting out of the PARCC tests. Opting to help suspended students strive. And students concoct a cool process to prevent food poisoning.
Legislation would postpone the use of PARCC results and ensure alternative programs for students who refuse to take it.