A new study shows that nearly half of students at community colleges in New Jersey have suffered over the past year for lack of basic needs, like food, income and shelter.
Jersey City's mayor has a plan to fill a estimated $150 million shortfall in school funding and providing $250 million for schools going forward without massive tax hikes.
Lawmakers in both houses of the state Legislature on Thursday took up issues that have recently made headlines: school lunch programs that impose penalties on students and families who fall behind in ...
Teachers at Newark's Sussex Avenue School have a room where they can de-stress and decompress.
Timothy Shoemaker is a man with a mission, a crusader warning students and their parents about the perils posed by e-cigarettes amid what federal authorities say is an epidemic of vaping by kids, some ...
The upcoming census is inspiring kids to count heads -- especially in historically hard-to-count areas where residents stand to benefit the most from being counted.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday unveiled a program at Trenton Central High School allowing science and tech students to graduate with both a diploma and an associate degree — part of a push to better ...
High school students tested their knowledge of the United States Constitution in the 33rd Annual New Jersey High School We the People competition.
A new technology that uses robots is helping kids with autism learn.
METS campuses in Newark and Jersey City have been plagued by low academic achievement, chaotic classrooms and high staff turnover.
In Paterson, officials are tackling so-called barrier to education by expanding a federally-funded program, that’s shown some success among younger pupils, to its JFK High School.
Dr. Jonathan Holloway will become the first black president in the 200-plus year history of Rutgers.
Prevention was the focus of a new North Jersey anti-bullying task force convened by Rep. Josh Gottheimer, and chaired by Jane Clementi, whose son Tyler committed suicide after being cyberbullied in ...
Pending legislation would require public schools to screen students for depression.
A lawsuit claims the state law requiring kids go to schools only in the municipality where they live, has left New Jersey's classrooms among the most segregated in the nation.