Today’s meeting was intended to give the general public a chance to be heard on this issue.
Karen Siefring, president of Local 2373 of New Jersey American Federation of Teachers, says the union has remained neutral on Gov. Chris Christie's college merger plan.
More than 10,000 children are on the waiting list to to receive subsidized child care. Demand has increased and there are new eligibility requirements.
Interim President William Toms says Brookdale Community College has found ways to reduce tuition costs and keep its offered education affordable.
Richard Bozza says having a superintendent salary cap won't allow New Jersey districts to attract and retain the best school leaders.
Nearly 83 percent of students graduate high school in New Jersey, but it's a much different situation here in the state's largest city where just 62 percent graduated last year.
Seton Hall Professor Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj has researched the immigrant experience in education. She was named by Education Week as one of the 17 next generation leaders to transform public education.
Gov. Chris Christie used his latest town hall meeting to take aim at a familiar target, the state teacher’s union, and a familiar theme, tenure reform.
Words of wisdom for graduates as they face promise and uncertainty about the future.
On the Rutgers campus in Camden, there is little doubt where people stand on the proposed merger with down-state rival Rowan.
Sen. Sandra Cunningham says the July 1 deadline for implementation is unrealistic.
Christie delivered the knockout line to a friendly audience at a national policy summit of the American Federation of Children, a group calling for school choice and vouchers.
Julia Rubin of Save Our Schools NJ says school vouchers don't address the problem of poverty and have little effect on student achievement.
Instead of one assessment in 11th grade, students will have to pass end-of-course exams for specific subjects to receive their high school diplomas.