In 2010, Marie Corfield found herself in the national spotlight when her confrontation with Gov. Christie, captured on YouTube, went viral.
The President of the New Jersey Policy Perspective says a New Jersey comeback is a hard sell without actual numbers to support the claim.
Gov. Christie started the process that will greatly expand Rutgers and Rowan universities.
New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities CEO Michael Klein says the university merger is a great opportunity for Rowan University especially and believes the bond initiative for ...
New Jersey Monthly Editor Ken Schlager says about 20 superintendents have left the state since the salary cap went into effect. He also talks about the magazine's high school rankings, which has New ...
NJEA Communications Director Steve Wollmer says a lot of work by various stakeholders went into the teacher tenure reform bill.
Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law that will change requirements for attaining and keeping tenure for New Jersey's grade school teachers.
Chris Cerf said he took an apartment in Montgomerty Township to be closer to work, but some believe he made the move for a better shot at getting confirmed as Education Commissioner.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously today to confirm Christopher Cerf's appointment as the state's education commissioner. Sen. Leader Loretta Weinberg overcame her concerns and voted to ...
Some say that a secret meeting in May with some Jersey City officials showed that Acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf took sides in the city's superintendent search.
Gov. Chris Christie joined more then 300 community and political leaders to celebrate the grand opening of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd cites the dedication of Cooper Medical School, a regional police system and work on the city's schools as indications that Camden has a bright future despite a rash of murders ...
Richard Stockton College Provost Harvey Kesselman says the 3 percent tuition hike is relatively modest and the college is trying to keep costs down for students.
Steve Young, Executive Director of the Council of New Jersey State College Locals, expects members to reluctantly ratify the four-year agreement in September.
The Perth Amboy school board has tried to oust Superintendent Janine Caffrey, but she says she will stay for the remainder of her contract.