Guru Travel, a summer service program started by a Montclair resident, takes kids to Sri Lank to teach English to children of farmers and help inform them about wild elephant preservation.
While many are happy with Cami Anderson's departure as Newark superintendent, some are skeptical about Chris Cerf.
Anderson is stepping down from her post and Christie will nominate Cerf to replace her.
Moody's says credit downgrades were driven by the state's weak financial position.
In Camden, a couple of High School seniors prepare to graduate after having to overcome homelessness.
David Sciarra, executive director of the Education Law Center, talks about where New Jersey ranks in education funding and how the state needs to do better.
Peter Singer says severely disabled infants should be euthanized to save on health care.
Assemblyman Jay Webber talks about the benefits of adopting a higher education model that freezes tuition in order to reduce student debt.
Parents of children in charter schools rallied against a bill that would block charter school expansion for three years.
In an effort to catalog, preserve and share sheet music related to New Jersey, Rutgers staffers and students began digitizing what the university had in its archives.
Tenafly is considering changing its high school start time to 8:30 a.m.
The first assessment since New Jersey implemented tenure reform has found 97 percent of teachers are effective.
Administrators have said hundreds of positions will be cut from Paterson schools.
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.’