The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes last year alone.
Camden eighth-grade students worked with the Department of Environmental Protection to study the effects of black carbon on health and the environment.
In October, Department of Education officials announced they would be evaluating charter schools across the state. The review process is now coming to a close.
A package of bills that unanimously passed out of the Assembly Education Committee Monday aimed to help prevent sexual assault in schools by doing things like educating teachers and staff on how to ...
Rutgers helps students register to vote for midterm elections.
PARCC scores in Camden are up -- is the state takeover the reason?
Throngs of student took to the streets in Newark and across the country, calling for action and government accountability.
Every weekday morning, nearly 268,000 New Jersey students start their day with a free breakfast.
The candidates for governor try to get backing from South Jersey businesses who favor the republican. Did the Democrat make headway? State lawmakers are forming a group to funnel trained workers into ...
The caucus will create programs that develop skilled workers to fill manufacturing jobs.
Boarding homes under served by inspectors. Replacing Holder. Who will shape the state's biggest legal challenges? A generous gift for a decorated warship. And corny Jeter tribute.
North Jersey Home Schoolers Association New Member Contact Pam Romano says that home-schooling children offers flexibility with textbooks and religious instruction.
Airstrikes in Syria. Syrian reaction here. Will Passaic River cleanup funds be siphoned off to plug the budget gap? Schools teaching in two languages.
Mount Olive School District Director of Student Performance Tracey Severns says the Department of Education needs to focus on the PARCC Assessments because there are so many misperceptions of it.
Midnight deadline. The governor and lawmakers running out of time make their legislative moves. Newark's embattled school superintendent gets a new contract. We get reaction. And we've got sharks.