Proponents say the move will save money and improve education, but others bring up logistical obstacles.
Gov. Christie has touted charter school success to justify his plan for school aid in New Jersey. Opponents say charter schools don't have the same challenges as traditional public schools, but ...
Second Chance Pell allows inmates in prisons to receive federal funding toward a college education.
Gov. Christie held a forum in Wall Township to tell residents the benefits of his proposal for school aid.
Dan Katz, an education professor at Seton Hall University, says Gov. Christie's plan to change the school funding formula doesn't provide equity across the state.
Teachers and administrators nominate low-income, academically promising students for the Rutgers Future Scholars program. They have to be first-generation college goers and they’ve got to complete ...
A Rowan College at Gloucester County program allows students to earn associate degrees while in high school.
Christie visited the home of two Democrats to explain the benefits to his proposed school funding formula.
Christie wants to change school funding to send the same amount of state aid to every student regardless of district.
Gov. Christie has proposed sending $6,599 per pupil in state aid to every district.
The JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School of Nursing offers a free course to teach high school students what being a nurse is all about. Since the program started six years ago, more than 100 students have ...
Some experts say drug-free school zones are the cause of staggering racial inequality in New Jersey's prison system.
Emails show Christie's Intergovernmental Affairs unit may have been improperly engaged in political activity.
Nationally, preschool teachers make 55 percent less than kindergarten teachers and the story is similar in NJ.
Senate President Steve Sweeney has introduced legislation that would reallocate how school funding money is spent.