The Christie administration is proposing cuts to the Educational Opportunity Fund and to colleges.
President Obama will speak at the 250th anniversary commencement ceremony for Rutgers.
Stakeholders are pushing to pass a mandate that will test all NJ schools’ drinking water for lead contamination.
Sens. Steve Sweeney and Joe Vitale are pushing a bill to expand pre-kindergarten programs in New Jersey.
Kerry Magro talks about his life and living with autism as well as the goals of the autism community.
Parents protest a proposal to make PARCC test scores part of high school graduation requirements.
The so-called University of Northern NJ was a front for individuals to obtain fraudulent visas.
AC Mayor Don Guardian responded to Gov. Christie about a takeover and lawsuit.
Essex County College students want an investigation into the suspension of the president and general counsel.
Newark Superintendent Chris Cerf discusses issues surrounding the high levels of lead found in schools' water.
All eight school buildings tested for lead had at least one water fountain or faucet with high lead levels.
Newark parents were frustrated about how information has been relayed regarding the elevated lead levels in schools.
The bill provides $3 million a year to pay for lead testing 30 days before school starts, and six months into the year.
The Trenton school district is adopting a $299 million budget, with a $6 million hole. That means cutting 165 employees.
The Lakewood school district is $12 million in debt.