Rutgers’ Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs plays an important role in influencing national policy and public attitudes.
American Repertory Ballet offers the Dance Power program, which teaches young students ballet.
NJ schools must be ready to administer tests online in 2015, some have started trying out the practice.
More than 1,200 Rutgers University students participated in a 30-hour dance marathon and raised more than $620,000 for Embrace Kids Foundation, which helps better the lives of children with cancer.
With money made from college sports, some say the student athletes should be allowed to unionize.
While officials say Newark schools are moving forward, some still wary of Cami Anderson.
Graduation rates at Asbury Park High School are low and drop-out rates are high.
Thomas Edison State College President Dr. George Pruitt said that some of the regulations that are being proposed for higher education are not rational.
Sen. Beck says this year the state will invest more aid in education than ever before, according to budget numbers.
A course at New Jersey Medical School teaches preparedness in dangerous times.
NJ Spotlight Founder John Mooney says that the school funding formula is confusing.
Stefanie Arozamena is raising money for the teachers at James Monroe Elementary School in Edison to help them rebuild their classrooms after the school burned down. Members of the school community ...
A haunting collection of 445 photobooth images of a man taken over decades is unveiled at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, begging the question: Who is he?
Nearly 300 students and 65 teachers called out sick from Montclair High School Thursday.
A new organization that plans to help educate autistic children in New Jersey, Nassan's Place, is holding a 5K Walk for Autism to raise money for Autism New Jersey and to open a center.