Delgado-Polanco has called the personnel changes a “restructuring” that she felt was needed to fulfill the agency’s mission. But it sparked a political firestorm.
Sweeney’s proposal, a major pillar of his so-called Pathways to Progress plan to cut state spending, resonated with a room of educators who face rising costs and, in many cases, decreased state aid.
People came seeking more state funding, but only got three minutes to make their case before the Assembly Budget Committee.
Schools across the country are incorporating marijuana into the curriculum. In New Jersey Stockton University introduced a new cannabis studies minor in the fall of 2018.
Murphy said higher education is essential to creating the innovation economy he’s always talking about. And while 48 percent of the current New Jersey workforce holds a college degree, he said the ...
In 2018, the state's graduation rate for almost every category of student increased.
The Joint Committee on the Public Schools held its first of two hearings on school segregation. There was eye-opening testimony given regarding segregation in New Jersey's schools where the state ...
The Fort Lee school district is slated for a 12 percent increase in state aid.
New Jersey's schools consistently rank among the top in the nation, even when you compare high-need districts in the state. A report analyzing the SFRA since it was implemented shows although it was a ...
The scope of staff changes at the SDA shocked veteran politicians and has resulted in a review by the governor.
Murphy's school funding levels are dependent on legislative approval of his budget.
The centerpiece of the proposal would fully fund aid for all special education students.
After mounting pressure from a grassroots parents group, a bill to change standardized testing requirements is pulled at the last minute.
Rutgers University kicks off a centennial celebration of the performer, activist and athlete's graduation in 1919.
Hunger Free New Jersey Director Adele LaTourette says that’s because some students who are eligible for the program aren’t taking advantage of it.