State Comptroller Matthew Boxer's office conducted an audit that found 109 people, including 83 public employees, lied on applications for the national school lunch program.
Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson says she's pleased with the work that's been done to improve the city's schools, but says a collaborative effort is needed to achieve greater success.
The Rutgers Board of Governors approved a 3.3 percent tuition and fees increase for the 2013-2014 semester, meaning students will pay $427 more.
July 1 marked the beginning of the newly integrated Rutgers, which absorbed seven of the eight schools that were part of UMDNJ.
Rowan University President Dr. Ali Houshmand says he's relieved that the initial stage of integration is complete and has high hopes for the university's future.
Kula Café in Asbury Park, part of the non-profit Interfaith Neighbors, is training members of its wait staff to move to paid internships at restaurants.
Senate President Steve Sweeney and Gov. Chris Christie want to abolish Rutgers' Board of Trustees, but some are questioning the legality of such a move.
Congress has until July 1 to act to keep student loan interest rates at 3.4 percent.
The state's largest teachers union will have a new executive director. Edward Richardson succeeds Vincent Giordano as the head of the NJEA.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow undocumented students who graduate from a New Jersey high school to pay in-state tuition rates at colleges throughout the state.
The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School had a profound impact on schools all across this country. Anthony Bland, Coordinator for School Preparedness and Emergency Planning, discusses new security ...
High school graduates from Trenton and Orange participated in a three-year college preparatory program with a non-profit called New Jersey SEEDS.
Education commissioner Chris Cerf denied final applications of what would have been the state's first virtual charter schools.
The announcement this week that Education Commissioner Chris Cerf will return control of fiscal matters to the local school board is getting mixed reaction.
Patrick Diegnan, chairman of the Assembly Education Committee, seeks further study on virtual charters schools.