New Jersey has a 180-day school year, that means missing 28 days or more a school year, or two days a month.
The 80,000-square foot New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health Institute cost $55 million to build with private donations and taxpayer help, but the lives it intends to save are countless.
The results of a recent survey of 22,000 high schoolers indicates 39 percent of students in school are tired.
More than half of the students tested failed to meet expectations or grade level.
An event hosted by the Feliciano Center had a series of workshops and networking opportunities aimed at helping women.
The Freehold superintendent says the district is out of whack by about 550 students.
Education Commissioner David Hespe said, "The scores will show that we have great challenges ahead."
The BEAST, or Bridge Evaluation and Accelerated Structural Testing Laboratory, measures longterm effects.
At the Board of Education meeting in Rumson Tuesday night, parents took both sides of the debate. Some said the works of literature were not age appropriate, while others said it broadened students' ...
Cerf spoke at the BOE meeting about charter schools and the $100 million donation from Facebook.
After 26 years, control is expected to return to schools in Jersey City.
African American students only account for five percent of STEM college majors.
The union representing part-time, or adjunct, professors at Rutgers says their numbers have doubled in 20 years.
NJTV, New Jersey's public television network, announced that it will celebrate the work of local educators in conjunction with the national high school graduation initiative American Graduate Day.
Give Something Back Foundation Establishes Full, Four-Year Scholarships For Students to Attend College
Heartland Payment Systems Founder and CEO Robert Carr is paying it forward with his Give Something Back Foundation and offer 2,000 full, four-year scholarships for students to attend college.