New York Times Magazine staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones recently spoke about the 1619 Project in front of a sold-out audience at NJ PAC.
The media students at West New York’s Memorial High School will be the first New Jersey students to take part in a mentorship experience that teaches the ins and outs of filmmaking.
For the third time in recent years, coaches of a Rutgers intercollegiate team have been accused of abusing players.
In an almost unanimous vote, the New Jersey State Board of Education advanced a proposal that would reduce the number of standardized tests and graduation requirements for high school students.
Assistive technology software and devices at a new learning center in Trenton are breaking down barriers and providing independence to people who are blind and visually impaired.
The superintendent reported overall growth in English language arts for the district and a similar result for mathematics from 2014 to 2019.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced a multi-pronged program Monday to bolster the state’s response to specifically addressing the existence of lead in public schools’ water.
Stockton University hosted its first Cannabis Fair and Business Expo to prepare students for jobs in the cannabis industry ahead of possible legalization.
To mark International Walk to School Day, the over 400 students at Newark's Marion P. Thomas Charter School learned from a handful of speakers about the importance of walking to and from school ...
As the fatal overdose rate among youth continues to rise nationally, educators in New Jersey are looking to a prevention and early intervention program to curb youth substance abuse numbers.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, a prime sponsor of the Erin's Law, sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to explain why she believes it’s crucial.
Staff, families and donors gathered for the ceremony and showed their appreciation for the renovations, which include a second-floor addition, upgraded playgrounds and classrooms and more office space ...
The lawsuit asserts that charter schools contribute to the state's ranking as the sixth-most segregated state in the US for black students and seventh for Latinos.
In a state where people are on the go, and many foods are processed and packaged, one registered dietitian is hoping to bring back the basics of farm-to-table eating.
New Jersey Education commissioner Lamont Repollet sat down with NJ Spotlight's John Mooney this week to talk about the new school year and his priorities going forward.