In a lawsuit, six Newark parents say experience and performance should count more than seniority and tenure.
Rutgers University now has a SHIME, which mimics the functions of the human gastrointestinal tract.
Millstone Township Middle School students create educational video games that help students with disabilities learn.
A study found that 48 percent of college students reported experiencing food insecurity.
President Trump reversed the directive allowing transgender students to use bathrooms of their choice in public schools.
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses the state's school funding formula, the governor's budget address and more.
The My Very Own Library program encourages children to read by offering 10 books to students before summer break.
Newark and Jersey City mayors went before a Senate committee to explain why the school aid structure makes sense.
Errors with credit value, grades and grade weight into GPAs have been found, affecting eligibility to graduate.
The Long Branch Free Public Library created an initiative that puts books in barbershops in an effort to encourage young African-American and Latino children to read.
The first ever “Back on Track” student luncheon honored students who’ve worked to overcome issues.
Eastside suspended coaches because they were housing players from Nigeria and Puerto Rico.
NJ could capitalize on DeVos' preference for local control, the State BOE president says.
Applications to law schools nationwide have declined an average of 20 percent over the last seven years.
John Abeigon gives an update on how negotiations with the Newark school district and its teachers are going.