NJ Spotlight founder John Mooney says there may be chance that schools receive additional aid in the state budget, but it won't be much of an increase.
Anderson appeared before the Joint Committee on Education to discuss the One Newark plan.
During a My Brother's Keeper event, police and young men of color met to discuss the relationship between the two.
Camden Superintendent Rouhanifard is rolling out a new positive behavior program in some of the elementary schools.
Tracy Espiritu is one of 40 teachers in the U.S. to receive a Milken Educator Award and a check for $25,000.
Rutgers and the city of Newark collaborate to help at-risk youngsters.
To get them in the holiday spirit, teens visited patients at K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital.
Transgender students often have to fight schools to use gender-specific restrooms and dressing rooms.
Not offering trays in dining halls saves money and cuts down on wasted food.
Ella Watson-Stryker is honored for work with Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières’ emergency team in West Africa.
Three years into tough new law, educators seem to have gotten a handle on how to deal with aggressors while helping victims.
Setback in Bacon v. NJDOE only temporary, plaintiff's lawyers say, but decision frees state to focus on upcoming school budget.
The GradNation Campaign hopes to raise the national graduation rate to 90 percent by 2020.
More than 1,000 NJ schools participated in Hour of Code, which teaches students how to create their own programs.
Megan Vizzard, 14, started Cozies 4 Chemo, which provides cancer patients with blankets to use during chemotherapy.