Outgoing Newark superintendent Chris Cerf says the academic outcomes in Newark show reforms are working.
Several bills pass through the Senate Education Committee in the Legislature.
Fueled by the 2012 bond act, new higher education buildings and lab facilities are springing up statewide.
At an open house, potential students learn about a free transportation, distribution, and logistics training program at NJCU.
A team of Rutgers researchers found four core chemical structures that make up the proteins of all organisms.
Rutgers Medical School rolls out new curriculum to combat opioid epidemic.
Rhodes scholar Jordan Thomas says returning to serve the people of Newark is his long-term goal.
The former mayor of Trenton, Douglas Palmer, wants childhood literacy to become a top priority in the community.
National CARES Mentoring Movement encourages adults to get involved to support youth development and success during month of January.
Nationwide and in New Jersey, football participation is on the decline. So next year, West Windsor-Plainsboro will combine the football programs of the north and south high schools.
Since the New Jersey Board of Education voted back in September to end its control of Newark Public Schools, the work of ensuring a smooth transition has been underway.
The city of Newark will be well-represented in the world of academia. Jordan Thomas, a 2014 graduate of Newark's University, has been selected to receive a Rhodes Scholarship.
Write to Lead is a paid internship program for high school girls in Newark.
Felician University President Dr. Anne Prisco shared her views about a variety of topics related to the value of higher education.
Graduate students claim the tax reform bill proposed by House Republicans would strip out special waivers they count on to survive financially.