JerseyOn is providing a lifetime of one gigabyte of broadband to low income students.
The federal government subsidizes breakfast and lunch in 32 New Jersey school districts, regardless of income level.
The New Jersey Prior Learning Assessment Network allows people to take assessments and receive college credit for areas in which they are proficient.
Katie Meyler of Bernardsville has returned to Liberia despite the continuing threat of the Ebola virus. She says the outbreak continues to grow exponentially and that fast action is needed to control ...
Colleges and universities are reevaluating their current policies regarding responses to sexual assault accusations.
Christie visited a Camden elementary school where he praised the district for positive changes.
NJ boards of education are able to sell ad space on the exterior sides of their school buses.
Newark Public Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson says that the school district had a good first day of classes despite frustration over the One Newark plan.
On the first day of school, there were mixed feelings about the One Newark plan.
Districts throughout NJ are implementing measures to make schools safer for students.
New Jersey City University President Sue Henderson says that the school was able to create revenue by making cuts to its budget.
Teachers, students and administrators will be facing changes this school year.
Christie announced an $8 million project to rebuild a section of sea wall.
D.A.R.E. NJ wants to use a particular curriculum to help students stay drug-free, but D.A.R.E. America banned it.
Paterson Education Fund Executive Director Rosie Grant says that school officials are pleased with the new contracts that will begin evaluating teachers for merit pay.