Roger Leon looks to use the district's past to inform its new direction.
Educators and parents debate whether armed police officers can keep schools safer.
Forty-nine employers have tables at the career day, with everything from tech, retail and life sciences represented.
In a recent active shooter drill conducted at the NJCU School of Business, safety instructors urged participants to be proactive in emergency scenarios.
In 2011, the club became part of Special Olympics New Jersey Unified Sports. Now the team is called Old Bridge Play Unified and is funded by Special Olympics New Jersey and the Old Bridge Board of ...
Gottheimer ignored questions on school bus driver background checks at a school bus safety news conference.
Rutgers and its partners anticipate the COSMOS research bearing exponential benefits for humans, including safer streets and intersections.
After nearly a decade, the Camden City School District will reintroduce its gifted and talented program. In the fall, the district will begin a pilot program for 130 students.
Project Search trains disabled high school students with transferable skills to help them transition into the workforce.
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy attended this year's Young Women Conference at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. The event encourages more girls to go into STEM fields, and is something the ...
The suit alleges state laws requiring students to attend school where they live perpetuates the long history of housing discrimination in the state's schools.
Literacy and reading helps kids develop skills needed for a wide range of subjects.
There was an air of celebration as Gov. Murphy prepared to sign a bill granting financial aid at state colleges and universities to unauthorized immigrants.
New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Bitterness lingers, and after two-plus generations under state control, kids struggle. PARCC test scores remain low, but graduation rates have nearly doubled since 2009.