The Rutgers football team is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl after its first season in the Big Ten Conference.
Students tweet their insights while watching Forrest Gump, Silver Linings Playbook during innovative Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School course.
Rutgers held its 15th annual Design of Engineering Systems, featuring products made by students.
Overall graduation rates are up slightly, as are those for African-American and Hispanic students.
Voters shot down a $33 million school expansion. Seventy percent of the students are Hispanic.
NJ Dept. of Ed. says 90% of schools have the technology for PARCC test, but others question the statistic accuracy.
Camden High School will receive $50 million for renovations, including electrical and technology upgrades.
Rutgers’ Elaine Diegmann continues to bring recognition to midwifery education.
Teens are putting neon green stickers in liquor stores to remind people of the dangers of buying alcohol for minors.
Sen. Richard Codey has introduced a bill that would study starting middle and high school days after 8:30 a.m., which he says will reduce absenteeism and tardiness while increasing grades.
Several school districts have canceled midterms and final exams to give students more time to prepare for the new state standardized PARCC test.
Festo opened a learning lab in Eatontown that offers high-tech job training.
Since Gemar Mills became principal, Malcolm X Shabazz High School in Newark has seen improvements.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak answered questions at a session at Farleigh Dickinson University.
Stockton College is considering turning the Showboat into a campus for its students.