From Nelson Mandela, to composer and instrumentalist Fela Kuti, to education activist and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, student participants in the program have chosen a number of iconic ...
Under the pilot program, five to be determined school districts will have the start time pushed to 8:30 a.m. at the earliest. Recent studies have shown that sleep deprivation is a widespread problem ...
In addition to rewarding students with good grades, the program also motivates students that may struggle in school.
178 students started their education at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School by taking part in the traditional “White Coat” ceremony that marks the start of the path toward becoming a medical doctor.
Over the course of two weeks, the tuition-free camp introduces middle school students to researching and writing about a sports topic of their choice.
For the last four years, thousands of parents from around the state have united in common purpose and platform for a program designed to empower them as community leaders.
Award-winning composer, producer and sound designer Brent Daniels showed about 400 Camden campers how music is created in the digital age.
A four-day academy hosted by the New Jersey Center for Tourette syndrome brought teens with Tourette syndrome together to learn more about their disorders and how to educate those around them.
About 1,300 educators from across the state, from pre-school teachers to college professors, attended the New Jersey Department of Education’s first ever “Equity for All” conference.
One in every nine New Jerseyans is carrying student debt, and Americans owe more in student loan debt than credit card debt.
Rutgers President Robert Barchi announced that the upcoming school year will be his last.
Youth Court recruits high school students to serve as judges, jurors, and community and youth advocates.
Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden says many of the program's graduates have gone on to professions in law enforcement and public safety.
While the district scraped together enough money to stave off the majority of 450 possible layoffs, 100 pink slips are still in the hands of teachers and other staff.
Kean University has been awarded nearly $1.7 million to create a STEM program. The goal is to provide strategies other universities and colleges can emulate and increase success rate for ...