Commissioner Chris Cerf discussed where education is heading in New Jersey during his State of the State address.
Superintendent Janine Caffrey has decided to leave the Perth Amboy school district when her contract expires at the end of the school year, ending a public battle with the district's Board of ...
Eliana Pintor Marin, who has been chosen to replace Albert Coutinho in the Assembly, says she wants to be able to make positive changes for the state.
The New Jersey State Board of Education adopted rules and regulations for the TEACHNJ Act, a law that overhauled tenure rules for public school teachers.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Camden with Mayor Dana Redd meeting with public school children. He hopes the state's takeover of city schools will help students.
Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says despite Camden's high poverty and crime rate, with the proper learning environment, children will be able to succeed.
Barbara Buono held a news conference where she encouraged Gov. Chris Christie to sign a bill that would let undocumented students pay in-state tuition at colleges and universities.
Dr. Joseph Colford, past president of the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists, says research has shown armed guards in school buildings make children feel less safe.
Gov. Chris Christie said gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono doesn't have a plan to pay for her proposal for universal pre-K.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December, many New Jersey school districts have taken steps to help ensure the safety of students and staff.
New Jersey Association of School Administration Executive Director Richard Bozza says the state is raising the bar for students and moving toward online standardized tests.
Gov. Chris Christie announced that Paymon Rouhanifard, who has worked with Education Commissioner Chris Cerf, is the new superintendent for Camden public schools.
NJEA Communications Director Steve Wollmer says Gov. Chris Christie is trying to drive a wedge between labor organizations because he doesn't want people to focus on his record in New Jersey.
New Jersey Charter Schools Association President and CEO Carlos Perez says although five charter schools are closing this year, he believes that reflects the rigorous process the state has implemented ...
Rutgers President Robert Barchi has come under fire for serving on two corporate boards that have contracts with the university.