Many big news events happened in New Jersey in 2016.
Camden schools will be getting grant money from the U.S. Department of Education.
Newark's Black Alliance for Educational Options offers special instruction to improve PARCC test scores and more.
Since the state took over the failing Camden school district, graduation rates have risen to 70 percent.
School nurses and counselors got free boxes of Narcan spray, used to reverse opioid overdoses.
Students staged a sit-in at the Rutgers Board meeting after President Barchi didn't designate it that way.
Researchers from NJ schools met with legislators to talk about new applications for drone technology.
A new law gives districts the ability to hire specially trained, retired police officers for security at schools.
Rutgers Scarlet and Black Project is working to bring the histories of African-American and Native American people at Rutgers to light.
This year’s federal grant will allow 17 school districts to continue their work and start up new pre-K programs.
Rutgers researchers say they've found a way to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s in its early stages.
Picatinny Arsenal is hosting first-ever pumpkin slinging STEM competition for high school students.
New Jersey is one of six states whose laws leave it up to the local district to determine who can play.
Using models and statistics, Princeton researchers determined the threat is not completely gone.
NJDOE announced revisions to the superintendent salary cap plan to give districts more flexibility.