A group of Christian parents protested Wednesday before the state Board of Education, targeting plans to implement a state law requiring public school students to learn about the history and cultural ...
Superintendent Roger Leon has recommended the state not renew four charter schools in Newark, a move that many see as the reigniting of Newark's charter school wars.
A battle is brewing over control of the Jersey City public school system, recently the focus of a swirl of controversy involving members of its elected board of education.
More debt, lower graduation rates and higher student loan default rates. That’s the reality for many students who choose for-profit colleges and universities to prepare for their careers, according ...
Union representatives say Rutgers doesn't doesn't place the same value on a clinician doing research as it does on its head football coach.
In New Jersey, 795 people take their own lives each year and, according to a panel in Trenton, that's only a fifth of those who try.
Eastside High School administrator, Laurel Olson, collected more than 200 vape pens last year alone and decided it was time to do something about the growing problem.
Nearly 2,000 Toms River public school students and parents came by the busload and descended on downtown Trenton to protest state aid cuts to school funding.
Officials and advocates in school districts across New Jersey reacted Monday to news that the state Department of Education had approved just $15 million of a requested $362 million in additional ...
As they await word from Trenton on their plea for financial help, leaders of Paterson public schools say they once again are trying to stretch a budget already so thin that class sizes for most ...
Rutgers-Camden University junior used a sleep out event to raise awareness about the homeless population to his fellow classmates.
The Cherry Hill School District’s policy on school lunch debt sparked a national conversation and helped to motivate a number of bills in Trenton.
Thirteen colleges and universities in New Jersey stand to losing millions in federal funding if a partisan standoff in Congress continues.
New York Times Magazine staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones recently spoke about the 1619 Project in front of a sold-out audience at NJ PAC.
The media students at West New York’s Memorial High School will be the first New Jersey students to take part in a mentorship experience that teaches the ins and outs of filmmaking.