Gov. Chris Christie supports Rutgers President Robert Barchi and agrees with the decision to fire basketball coach Mike Rice and accept the resignation of Athletic Director Tim Pernetti.
Press Conference: Gov. Christie Speaks Out About Organ Donation, Answers Questions About Rutgers Basketball Scandal
Gov. Chris Christie and Mary O’Dowd, Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health, spoke about the importance of organ donation. Afterwards, Gov. Christie answered questions from the media ...
During a press conference at Rutgers, University President Robert Barchi discussed the firing of men's basketball coach Mike Rice and the resignation of Athletic Director Tim Pernetti.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver says she intends to conduct a legislative hearing to look into Rutger's decision-making process.
Cultivating Sustainable Relationships: A Seton Hall Garden is a Study of the Marriage Between Humans and the Environment
Seton Hall University personnel are using a garden on campus to help students recognize ways to be sustainable and have a healthy relationship with the planet.
Chair of the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Task Force Patricia Wright says the organization examines the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights and offers suggestions to help schools comply.
NJ Association of School Administrators Director on School Safety, Teacher Evaluations, Takeover of Camden Schools
Richard Bozza, Executive Director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA), discusses the issues confronting New Jersey education ,
The announcement that the state will take over Camden's public schools turned attention to one of the most troubled school districts in the nation. University of California professor David Kirp ...
Some in Camden are skeptical about the state taking control of the public schools while others believe the change will serve students well.
At a press conference at Woodrow Wilson High School, Gov. Chris Christie announced that the state will take control of the Camden school district in an effort to increase student achievement.
The topic of a state takeover of public schools is a controversial one. The state's track record in Paterson, Newark and Jersey City have provoked criticism against the move. Many of the schools in ...
Many students living in Union Beach when Hurricane Sandy hit are now attending classes in different schools and getting free meals from the National School Lunch Program.
Some question if the state taking over Camden's schools will improve student performance.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Stone Harbor Elementary School to talk to students who are back in their school since Hurricane Sandy forced them to take classes in a nearby area.
Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly (D-35), who spent years teaching special education in the Paterson school district, says it's time for the state's 21-year reign of the state to come to an end.