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.
School board members have until Feb. 17 to move school elections to November, avoiding the public vote on the school budget as long as it falls within spending guidelines.
In a report championed by Gov. Chris Christie, UMDNJ would be revamped and Rowan University would take over the Rutgers University-Camden campus.
The state has approved eight new charter schools that are expected to open in September in Trenton, Camden, Newark, Jersey City, and the Vineland area.
Some say school board members who fail a background check should be able to appeal the decision based on the type of incident and time that has lapsed.
Could the University overall do a better job of using its wide athletic media platform to promote its extensive academic success?
Shining a light on how things have changed in the field of arts education, for better or for worse.
According to a report, Rutgers' athletics program is among the top money losers in the country.
In a two-part interview, Carlos Perez defended the role of charter schools in the state's education system.
Eden Autism Services Celebrates the Opening of a Brand New Education and Outreach Center.
John Mooney, Founding Editor of NJSpotlight.com, discusses education reform.
Education chief Christopher Cerf is the featured guest at the annual convention held by the state's largest teachers union.