On their first day back after the winter break, Marlboro students are returning to schools that are now patrolled by armed police officers. Marlboro Mayor Jonathan Hornik defends the controversial ...
ACLU-NJ Acting Executive Director Edward Barocas says his organization got involved in a legal fight to get the e-mails released because officials were trying to conceal public information.
Bernardsville’s Katie Meyler is the founder of More than Me which helps improve educational opportunities for young girls in the African nation of Liberia.
Dr. Arthur Levine, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, discusses the program's mission and and strategy in New Jersey.
State Coordinator of the New Jersey Office of School Preparedness and Emergency Planning Anthony Bland says school communities need to be prepared through emergency drills, but senseless acts of ...
Many are investigating school districts' security protocols and discussing possible changes.
New Jersey School Boards Association Executive Director Dr. Lawrence Feinsod says education officials are reassessing school security measures in light of the deadly shooting at a Connecticut ...
Greg Taylor, President and CEO of the Foundation for Newark’s Future, says Newark schools have turned a corner as evidenced by recent graduation numbers and an historic teacher contract.
Entertainer Bill Cosby was at the debut of the Saint Peter's University Performing Arts Center in Jersey City.
Rutgers University has ended its standard licensing agreement with Adidas after Rutgers President Robert Barchi's meeting with Rutgers Students Against Sweatshops.
John Mooney on schools scrambling to make up for lost time post-Sand, a landmark teachers agreement in Newark and a study giving high marks to charter schools.
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.