Anthem Institute in Jersey City, a for-profit college, is closing, leaving students with debt and without degrees.
Montclair State University says that it no longer requires the SAT for admission.
Because of the Ebola virus outbreak, the all-girls More Than Me Academy closed.
The NCAA has agreed to create a $70 million fund to help diagnose brain injuries in student athletes.
FDU PublicMind Poll Executive Director Krista Jenkins says that many in New Jersey are supportive of the Death with Dignity Act, which would allow for assisted suicide in certain circumstances.
According to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, more high schoolers are reporting using synthetic human growth hormone.
High schoolers participate in the Rutgers Summer Acting Conservatory at Mason Gross School of the Arts.
According to Kids Count Data Book, NJ ranked 8th in child well-being, down from last year's rank of five.
Christie ordered creation of a study commissionto look at standardized testing.
New catalyst based on carbon nanotubes may rival cost-prohibitive platinum for reactions that split water into hydrogen and oxygen.
Camden Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says he is excited to be able to provide high quality school options for students and families.
As the wind and ice go, so go the phytoplankton; as the phytoplankton go, so go the krill and everything that eats the krill.
Many parochial schools in New Jersey are facing closure because of declining enrollment.
The Monmouth County Sheriff's Office exposes high school students to police officer training through its Annual Youth Week.
Summer Food Service Program provides up to two healthy meals a day to children who qualify.