“We need to explore every possibility to make sure that the net result is one that both sides . . . in this collaboration is comfortable and happy with this marriage,” said Ali Houshmand.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Hudson County this morning to announce a new round of school construction projects by the Schools Development Authority.
The university held a screening of the documentary "After the Fire," which tells the story after a deadly dorm fire in 2000.
At a press conference naming Edward Dickson Homeland Security director, Governor Christie continued to blast the NJEA and its leader Vince Giordano.
When it comes to discussing who's done what for urban kids, NJEA Communications Director Stephen Wollmer says it's "time to set the record straight."
A Richard Meier-design project with charter schools, residential units for teachers and retail space is underway.
Newark State District Superintendent of Schools Cami Anderson says she is pressing on with her plans to close seven city schools.
The city's Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson sat down with Managing Editor Mike Schneider to discuss her plan for school reform, including the closure of seven schools.
Joseph Del Grosso says closing Newark schools is the wrong move.
Shock waves reverberated throughout the largest public school system in the state as word spread about Newark Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson’s proposal to close seven city schools.
ACLU of New Jersey filed suit to try to get information about how the Zuckerberg donation is being spent.
Stevens Institute of Technology is one of 20 worldwide participating in the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon.
While overall performance continued to hold steady or improve slightly, a significant achievement gap remains for both low income and minority students.
The state Council on Local Mandates Friday struck down New Jersey’s anti-bullying law, declaring it represents an unfunded mandate on school districts and local governments.
The Newark-Montclair Urban Teacher Residency Program offers students a master's degree in exchange for a promise to teach in Newark public schools for at least three years.