Lora and Roger Barbour want their daughter to be able to take cannabis oil at school for epilepsy.
NJEA remains cautious about implementation of AchieveNJ but calls results ‘exceptional.’
Some parents disagree with Gov. Christie's assessment of the Common Core standards.
Christie said Common Core is not meeting the challenge of educating New Jersey children.
NJ limits superintendents' salaries to $175,000 per year, the same pay as the governor.
A study finds stocks from companies with names in the beginning of the alphabet get traded more often.
Students involved in PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs visited the new Agnes Varis NJTV Studio to learn about how NJTV News is produced.
Brown sent a letter saying her school has gotten an influx of students with special needs.
Stockton University has filed several proofs of claim in federal bankruptcy court against Caesars Entertainment for damages related to the agreement to purchase Showboat.
Nearly 2,000 participated in a student walkout in Newark.
Robert Gates, president of the Boy Scouts of America, says the ban on gay troop leaders is "unsustainable."
The house party ban on Rutgers campus fraternities and sororities expired when the spring semester ended.
Southern Regional High School students place flags representing each military member's life lost on the school lawn.
In response to complaints, a multi-state group decides to shave 90 minutes off math and language arts sections and alter PARCC exam schedule.
D.A.R.E. New Jersey has lost its legal battle with D.A.R.E. America so the state organization no longer exists.