The new version of the SAT has fewer answer choices, no penalty for wrong answers and an optional essay section that gives test-takers more time.
Marley Dias is the founder of #1000BlackGirlBooks, a book drive to collect 1,000 books that feature women and girls of color as the protagonists.
Gov. Christie attended a ribbon cutting for a Newark school that was damaged by fire.
The College Benefits Research Group recommends parents and students appeal financial aid packages in certain situations.
Officials say without help, the Toms Rivers school district will have to cut teachers.
Nearly 50 percent of Newark high schoolers missed 18 days or more. The district has formed an attendance committee.
FURever As Friends lets students read to therapy dogs and cats to improve their reading and speech.
Assemblywoman Mila Jasey proposes a bill that would take $110 million from the Property Tax Relief Fund and use it to expand pre-K.
The Disney Music in Schools program has come to New Jersey, giving under-resourced schools performance rights, scripts, CDs and in-school support from NJPAC teaching artists to perform Disney ...
The Kennedy Dancers Inner City Youth Junior Company teaches children how to dance, but also does more.
Community colleges, which already offer associate's degrees in nursing, would like to offer bachelor's degrees in that field to students. But four-year colleges and universities oppose that move.
NJ-STEP gives inmates the opportunity to work toward higher education degrees.
A study has warned policy makers to beware of treating the charter school industry like the mortgage industry.
Jean Pasternak, who serves on a task force to improve special education in public schools, says more can be done to help students learn.
Agnes Zhelesnik turns 102 Jan. 12. She is arguably the oldest employed teacher in America, working in North Plainfield.