The university’s new president Robert Barchi made it clear up front that, despite having spent the last couple of academic decades in Pennsylvania, he is a Jersey guy.
A controversial parody of a student column that appeared in a satirical school publication has caused a stir on campus, prompting some to call for stricter controls on objectionable speech.
"So Chris Christie has caught the attention of a lot of people, including Texans," said George W. Bush.
Leslie Brody of The Record says some of the state's colleges exclude disadvantaged students' scores to inflate them.
Eagle Academy for Young Men will open this fall -- the first single gender public school in New Jersey.
NJ Spotlight Editor Says There Will Be Parting of Ways Between Some Democrats and NJEA Over Tenure Reform
Education writer and NJ Spotlight founding editor John Mooney says Democratic leadership is willing to make changes to tenure without the full support of the teachers' organization.
Under Lower Township School District's 3-Year-Old Home Visitation Program, a teacher meets weekly for home visits, with children who are one year away from entering preschool.
Students from West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District will compete in the National Science Olympiad at the University of Central Florida in May.
Aid of $1,000 each will be available for as many as 1,000 freshman students in the 2012-13 academic year.
The governor left no room for compromise, saying the merger plan is going forward, full steam ahead.
Superintendent Cami Anderson and a hand-picked list of supporters gathered for the unveiling of a radical reworking of Newark’s school system.
Assemblyman Thomas Giblin says that more information needs to be provided before a decision is reached.
Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee held one of their hearings at Montclair State University, taking testimony on what stakeholders say should be their funding priorities.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Bordentown Regional High School to promote his budget, which increases state aid to school districts by $213 million.
Schools Development Authority (SDA) says it’s beginning work on close to 80 so-called "emergent" repair projects in some of New Jersey’s most needy school districts.