Veteran teachers are leaving the profession and many new teachers quit before five years.
The non-profit mentoring group Junior Achievement of New Jersey strives to help students learn to succeed in the global economy with corporate role models.
New Jersey voters go the polls but the governor tells them to come back again in two months. We’ll you about the special election to fill the seat of the late Senator Frank Lautenberg. And the big ...
The Democratic primary race in the 34th legislative district pits Sen. Nia Gill against Mark Alexander.
The Democratic candidate for governor trying to line up Democratic votes. Plus, the governor vetoes the early voting bill. And the class of 2013 goes looking for jobs.
As college graduates face that next chapter in life -- working for a living -- the good news is job prospects for the class of 2013 appear to be better than in previous years.
Cultivating Sustainable Relationships: A Seton Hall Garden is a Study of the Marriage Between Humans and the Environment
Seton Hall University personnel are using a garden on campus to help students recognize ways to be sustainable and have a healthy relationship with the planet.
Jerry Walker has joined in the race for mayor of Jersey City against incumbent Jerramiah Healy and Councilman Steve Fulop.
Former senior Obama advisor and Seton Hall University Law Professor Mark Alexander says the president should exercise his power a bit more during his second term to move the country forward.
Newark Archbishop John J. Myers says the media's liberal bias and lack of shown morality has contributed to fewer Americans following religious teachings.
Scott Rothbort of the Stillman School of Business said unemployment numbers are following some of the trends and he doesn't believe the economy is heading into another recession at this time.
Seton Hall Professor Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj has researched the immigrant experience in education. She was named by Education Week as one of the 17 next generation leaders to transform public education.
Words of wisdom for graduates as they face promise and uncertainty about the future.
They say everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Here in New Jersey, that may be more true than elsewhere.
The dean of the New Jersey congressional delegation and the state’s first African American congressman leaves behind a legacy of respect and generosity in his hometown of Newark.