Newark and Jersey City mayors went before a Senate committee to explain why the school aid structure makes sense.
Errors with credit value, grades and grade weight into GPAs have been found, affecting eligibility to graduate.
The Long Branch Free Public Library created an initiative that puts books in barbershops in an effort to encourage young African-American and Latino children to read.
The first ever “Back on Track” student luncheon honored students who’ve worked to overcome issues.
Eastside suspended coaches because they were housing players from Nigeria and Puerto Rico.
NJ could capitalize on DeVos' preference for local control, the State BOE president says.
Applications to law schools nationwide have declined an average of 20 percent over the last seven years.
John Abeigon gives an update on how negotiations with the Newark school district and its teachers are going.
The state Supreme Court rejected Gov. Christie's plea to freeze state aid and break union contracts for reforms.
Newark's state appointed Superintendent Chris Cerf wants elected officials to equitably fund school districts.
Students, alumni and faculty held a 24-hour music marathon as a statement against Rider University's potential plan to sell Westminster Choir College and move it to Rider's Lawrenceville location.
The Campus Fire Safety Education Act would create a $15 million grant program to expand fire safty education.
The Rutgers Geology Museum is one of the oldest in the country, yet you might not even know it's there.
Kingsway filed a lawsuit over the constitutionality of current education funding.
State Sen. Joe Vitale introduced a bill that would require high schools to annually screen students for addiction.