At Gov. Chris Christie's latest town hall meeting in Paterson, residents questioned him about public education.
Effectiveness will be measured on improved student learning, including test scores.
The $100 million grant from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg towards Newark's schools continues to attract scrutiny. The Facebook money and other donated funds are being closely tracked by the Newark ...
NJEA VP Wendell Steinhauer said that one of the major concerns centers on the emphasis placed on standardized tests.
The U.S. Department of Education has clarified and updated an existing law that mandates equal access to sports for students with disabilities.
The College Scorecard gives information about the net price of a college education -- the cost after grants, scholarships and financial aid are factored in.
Former U.S. Sen. Robert Torricelli urges residents to not rush to judgment against Sen. Bob Menendez. He says he likes Gov. Chris Christie, though he doesn't agree with all his decisions. And he ...
New Jersey Charter Schools Association President and CEO Carlos Perez says the majority of charter schools perform well despite most operating in outdated facilities.
Members of the New Jersey Board of Education adopted the first round of regulations to help guide districts in evaluating teachers, but the NJEA is concerned about the cost and pace of implementation.
The Amistad Bill which became law in 2002 has not been been put into practice the way William Payne had envisioned.
Named after the Rutgers freshman who committed suicide after his roommate used a webcam to spy on his sexual encounter with another man, the Tyler Clementi Center will help address issues that ...
State figures show 86 percent of New Jersey high school students graduated in 2012, up from 83 percent in 2011.
The New Jersey School Boards Association held the forum to discuss new school safety measures after the Newtown shooting.
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Tim Pernetti says moving from the Big East to the Big Ten will help Rutgers achieve a self-sufficient athletic department.
Martin Perez, the second Latino member of the Rutgers Board of Governors and president of the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, says the disparity between urban and suburban public schools ...