One common element in the discussion on school security is the universal need for more funding.
A majority of lawmakers in the Assembly Health Committee voted to advance a bill that shrinks a loophole for religious exemptions for mandatory vaccinations.
Schepisi hosted a Bergen County community forum on gun violence in schools. The panel brought together residents, local police, school administrators, and teachers to tackle the complex issue.
Schepisi said everything is on the table and everything needs to be reconsidered when it comes to school safety.
One Newark: boycotts and busing issues start the school year. Extreme efforts to keep schools safe. Christie trades in Mexico. Pascrell takes on Putin over the Ukraine. Crime is down in Camden.
Districts throughout NJ are implementing measures to make schools safer for students.
A New Jersey congressman says the president has not made a case for attacking Syria. Plus, an interview with former Gov. Jim Florio, who says the president has to get tougher. And the battle over ...
Dr. Joseph Colford, past president of the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists, says research has shown armed guards in school buildings make children feel less safe.
Deciding what to do about Syria. Sen. Menendez chairs the hearings and New Jersey congressmen sound off. Plus the latest in the governor’s race.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December, many New Jersey school districts have taken steps to help ensure the safety of students and staff.
The crisis in Syria hits close to home in New Jersey and we have the story. Plus, Senator Menendez calls immigration reform a national security issue. The state supreme court considers a challenge to ...
The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School had a profound impact on schools all across this country. Anthony Bland, Coordinator for School Preparedness and Emergency Planning, discusses new security ...
The New Jersey School Boards Association held the forum to discuss new school safety measures after the Newtown shooting.
Peter Verniero, who served as the state's Attorney General and as a justice on the New Jersey Supreme Court, said reasonable gun regulation and legitimate recreational gun use are not mutually ...