The successor to No Child Left Behind returns a lot of decision-making to the state.
More than half of New Jersey’s 60 Catholic high schools don't have football programs. Of course, some are all-girls schools, but the trend still holds more so in North Jersey than South.
The Boys and Girls Club of Newark considers itself an oasis of opportunity for kids to be kids.
Chris Cerf discusses Gov. Christie's "Fairness Formula", student achievement standards and regaining local control.
Rutgers New Brunswick has opened a food pantry this fall to help students in need of food.
A state audit found NJ school funding isn’t based on current enrollment and the gap is wide among special ed students.
Classical radio station WQXR held an instrument drive and brought items to Harriet Tubman Middle School in Newark.
A proposed bill would require students with concussions to have permission before going back to school.
Christie filed a lawsuit asking NJ's Supreme Court to break its Abbott v. Burke decision.
The Oxford English Dictionary has added new words like squee, YOLO and Oompa Loompa to the dictionary.
The main issues were lack of transportation, housing and health issues.
Montclair teacher Dan Gill discusses one of his star middle school students who fell by the wayside.
One mother was unable to find out her son's condition at a hospital because of HIPAA rules.
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.