An Assembly committee moved a bill forward that would forgive debt if a student dies or becomes permanently disabled.
After 22 years, James Hughes, dean of the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, is taking a sabbatical in order to pursue other efforts advocating for New Jersey.
Gov. Christie went to a middle school in Caldwell to sign six education reform bills.
In NJ, K-8 students more than two miles from school and HS students more than 2.5 miles from school must be bused.
Rep. Pallone is introducing new legislation to provide funds so schools can replace drinking fountains.
One in three New Jersey students is choosing to take the ACT, up from one in five just four years ago.
Protesters say Christie's new plan for school funding hurts urban districts.
Gov. Christie's proposed Fairness Formula would mean the end of Abbott district full-day preschool aid.
New federal regulations have made the Commercial Driver’s License test much tougher, leading to more failures.
A judge ruled an employee's lawsuit against the school can move forward. She was fired for a same-sex marriage.
About 60 percent of North Jersey residents have at least a two-year post-high school degree.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, Rutgers had the highest number of reported rapes in New Jersey in 2014, the seventh most in the nation.
"Pathway to Local Control," a 45-page report, was released today.
Forty-plus call takers who answer the 24-hour hotline at Rutgers Behavioral Health Center are trained to assess need, urgency and emergency and then match callers with a database of options.
Newark's state-appointed superintendent, discusses PARCC testing, Christie's "Fairness Formula" and Newark's progress.