The civil rights suit alleges the district deliberately segregates black students into less challenging courses.
Fifth graders at Newark's KIPP New Jersey Team Academy traveled to outer space Wednesday thanks to the Newark Museum.
A Skylab, or portable inflatable dome, was erected in the ...
Rutgers University-Newark has launched what it calls a bold approach to breaking down barriers and building a better understanding. It’s one of only ten schools in America to establish a Truth, ...
They call Marion Lee Johnson a "Hidden Figure." That’s because the mathematician worked at Boeing for NASA calculating trajectories for the Saturn V rocket that sent Neil Armstrong to the moon in ...
Paula White was offered the role of assistant commissioner at the New Jersey Department of Education, and then just hours later the offer was rescinded.
Students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology are giving the ham radio, a century-old technology, a new voice in this social media world.
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February 19, 1942 was a day that would change the lives of many Japanese people living on the West Coast. That is when President Franklin D. ...
Toms River students sponsored a rally against gun violence in solidarity with the survivors of the mass shooting that claimed 17 lives at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
A Rutgers study found NJ's high school equivalency tests are tougher to pass and more expensive to take.
Every weekday morning, nearly 268,000 New Jersey students start their day with a free breakfast.
National Black Chamber of Commerce and others host a workshop to give a boost to Newark area small businesses by using social network platforms.
A new bill would require school districts to disclose if an employee ever had substantiated or pending allegations of sexual abuse against them.
Since implementing measures like data-driven early warning system interventions for at-risk students, Camden schools have seen dropout rates cut in half and graduation rates increase.
Schools and districts closed to celebrate the Eagles' upset victory in Super Bowl 52, including Glassboro where the superintendent declared the day “Corey Clement, Eagles’ Super Bowl Champion ...
Murphy renewed the higher education pledge he made during his campaign: free tuition at every community college throughout all 21 counties in the state.