New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Bitterness lingers, and after two-plus generations under state control, kids struggle. PARCC test scores remain low, but graduation rates have nearly doubled since 2009.
Their device was on display, along with roughly 140 other capstone projects, at Stevens' annual Innovation Expo.
It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
It’s lunchtime at Alphabets Preschool Center in Asbury Park.
One common element in the discussion on school security is the universal need for more funding.
The lesson helps students decide whether they'll pursue a career in surgery or remain outside the operating room.
The competition, which requires students to navigate a virtual sailboat through the use of programming, is an opportunity to encourage students to pursue STEM careers.
New Jersey’s Governor’s Council on Mental Health Stigma gathered to recognize school-based professionals who’ve excelled at trying to promote a proactive approach to helping students with mental ...
Murphy tried to heal a festering personal conflict with Senate President Steve Sweeney, which escalated after Sweeney blocked two of the governor’s Cabinet nominees who are both African-American.
The Ernst Badian Collection gives insight to Roman history, as well as the evolution of currency.
The Bancroft School opened a new campus in Mount Laurel to service children with autism and special needs.
William Paterson will be competing against Division I schools at the national competition being held in Nebraska.
Menendez outlined a bill that, if passed, would make community colleges tuition-free.
The fault line got a little wider Thursday after Sweeney appeared to pull two of Murphy's cabinet nominations from the Senate board list.