New Jersey School Boards Association Executive Director Larry Feinsod says local officials have had to come up with creative ways to educate students after some schools were severely damaged by ...
Officials say Rutgers stands to gain more revenue and a bigger national presence.
The deal was celebrated as a potential game changer for how these deals get done across the state, and the country.
NJIT President Dr. Joel Bloom discusses how his school is grappling with the challenges posed by Hurricane Sandy.
Members of the New Jersey School Boards Association and some school board members believe the superintendent salary cap has had negative affects on education in the state.
Senate President Stephen Sweeney visited New Jersey colleges in support of the Building Our Future Bond Act, a $750 million bond issue on the ballot in November.
Come election day, New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a $750 million bond issue for infrastructure projects to improve the state’s colleges and universities. Yesterday, Sen. Michael Doherty ...
Sen. Michael Doherty says borrowing more money at this time is wrong, though he is happy the issue will be decided by New Jersey voters.
Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson and union President Joseph Del Grosso signed a contract for the city's public school teachers that includes a "pay for performance" system.
William Paterson University President Dr. Kathleen Walron says her school's portion of the proposed $750 million bond, if approved by voters, would help upgrade its aging facilities.
Lauren Marrocco has been named New Jersey Teacher of the Year. She said her love of learning has kept her searching for new ways to engage her students.
New Jersey politicos turned out in full force at Rutgers this morning to support the higher education bond issue.
Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf avoided media questions about the continuing of state control of Newark's public schools. Some have filed a lawsuit saying the decision is wrong.
Rayman Solomon, Dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden, discusses how the law school is moving forward after the college merger.
Up to 25 school districts in New Jersey could participate in a pilot program that would create longer school days and longer school years.