Down syndrome achievement center GiGi's Playhouse recently opened a location in Hillsborough. Its president hopes more New Jersey locations can open in the future.
The New Jersey Medical School SMART Program is hands on, giving students real world medical problems to solve.
Molly Makris wrote "Public Housing and School Choice in a Gentrified City" about how Hoboken's charter and school choice system is different than other areas.
The NJ Dept. of Education has released results from the new teacher and principal evaluations, from 2013-2014.
High school students in the Weston Science Scholars Program get to work with Montclair State University professors for hands-on experience in scientific research.
Thomas Edison State College's vice president presented a plan to offer credit for work and life experience.
Rutgers Professor Joseph Rosenstein says Common Core focuses too much on calculus prep and not enough on practical math applications in the younger grades.
The Monmouth County Emergency Response Team teaches students how to rescue hostages as part of a drill.
Stevens Institute of Technology students have created a sustainable house using solar power for the U.S. Department of Energy contest Solar Decathlon 2015. They say it is a useful design for the ...
A school security task force has recommended all NJ schools have a trained police officer.
Since joining the Big Ten Conference, Rutgers University has seen an 11 percent increase in first year applicants.
Rutgers Medical School lets students interact with horses to become more aware of non-verbal cues.
The six-week program Horizons teaches kids over the summer to keep them learning and prevent the summer slide.
In a 6-4 decision, members approved Chris Cerf to lead Newark's public schools.
Opponents of Cami Anderson aren't pleased with Gov. Christie's choice of Chris Cerf to replace her as superintendent.