Great Oaks Tutor Corps recruits recent college grads to dedicate a year of service to students.
Advocates say that they want state lawmakers to make Pre-K funding available for all school districts.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced the start of enrollment assistance sites.
Teens at Second Life Bikes work to restore and learn about bikes.
The Urban League of Essex County has set up Newark students with summer jobs at Six Flags Great Adventure.
Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez said the contract between Stockton University and Glenn Straub's KK Ventures was properly terminated so the school can sell the former Showboat casino.
It would require private loans to explain consequences if borrower or co-signer dies.
Chris Cerf pledges steps toward local control while vague on ‘One Newark’ and dealing with looming budget gap.
The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is improving a tomato variety thought to be lost to history.
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.