The national Race to 2026 Program partners with local technical training schools to offer opportunities for students looking to get into the automotive industry.
The Mayor's Book Club aims to improve literacy and stop the summer learning slide.
They'll be vying to become only the third New Jersey speller ever to win the bee.
More than 400 students from Columbus Elementary School had about 20 minutes to grab as many books as they could as part of Sen. Shirley Turner's annual book fair.
A Paterson school that's over 100 years old is in desperate need of repairs, but the authority charged with funding school capital projects may run out of funding itself.
Hard core budget negotiations will begin in a political atmosphere supercharged with mistrust. And that’s just among the Democrats.
Graduation season, the time of year when most students prepare to enter the job market with some newly acquired skills and unfortunately a large amount of newly acquired debt.
Rise, a nonprofit, runs a summer camp for students in Hightstown and East Windsor that focuses on preparing students for the first day of school throughout the summer.
Rutgers University has been on the forefront of agricultural innovation since the founding of Cook College in 1862.
While more than half of students in New Jersey are nonwhite, just 16% of teachers are, according to the state Department of Education.
State lawmakers warmly celebrated West Side High School Principal Akbar Cook and toured innovative programs the Newark native set up.
A new technique to prevent tensions that can escalate to violence in schools.
At Living Lessons Day, held every two years, 50 victims and survivors of tragedies and adversities come to share their journeys and resilience.
The issue was debated at a hearing of the Assembly Women and Children Committee.
The Department of Education says it will look into the shortages in specific subject areas this summer.