"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.
State officials and prosecutors discussed what can be done to make NJ schools safer.
Assemblyman Ron Dancer reintroduced a bill with bipartisan support to mandate New Jersey’s public elementary schools teach cursive so students can write and read it by the end of third grade.
NJCLASS loans were called into question for its lending practices.
An historic state ruling just overturned the local voters and ordered Freehold Borough to build new classrooms and other facilities for the overcrowded district.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron breaks down Senate President Sweeney's accusations against the NJEA.
Sweeney claims the NJEA is coercing officials into approving a pension ballot question.
Gov. Christie questioned the DNC's involvement with Sen. Weinberg and Asm. Wisniewski.
One school official uses urban traumatic stress disorder, UTSD, to describe the chronic anxiety felt by inner-city kids.
The governor said his Fairness Formula would lower property taxes in many suburbs, including an average of $2,200 in Fair Lawn, and it would give $6,600 to every non-special needs public school ...
Coca-Cola will pay Rutgers University millions in exchange for a monopoly on soda sales.
For the first time, the HESAA will no longer automatically deny the applications of immigrant students.
Officials visit summer camps and other areas where children congregate during the summer to offer meals to students who get them through the government during the school year.