"Breaking Barriers Through Education" was the theme of the first-ever Black History Month program from the state's Department of Education. Students from schools across the state focused on how ...
A federal Homeland Security surprise inspection last July documented violations that “pose significant health and safety risks at the facility.”
New Jersey's paid family leave is doubling from six to 12 weeks and increasing the amount people will bring home under a new law Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy signed Tuesday.
Rutgers University kicks off a centennial celebration of the performer, activist and athlete's graduation in 1919.
The law requires school districts to develop their own curricula to teach students about the contributions of LGBT and disabled individuals in history.
There was overwhelming support for a bill that would restore the voting rights of felons who are currently incarcerated and on probation or parole.
Is the state's higher education system set up to leave minority students "locked out"? The co-author of a recent report says the state has gross inequities in its distribution of higher education ...
The last installment focuses on initiatives and care that provide trauma victims with a path to recovery.
A continued look into the negative psychological and physiological effects that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have on individuals.
The NJ Counts 2019 survey is designed to better understand and serve New Jersey’s homeless population.
The second installment of the series highlights living conditions in Newark's South Ward district and their impact on children.
Part 1 of the Trauma's Tragedy and Treatment series, which discusses how childhood trauma can have a detrimental impact on one's livelihood.
Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and other legislators toured a food bank in Neptune as Coughlin continues his fight against what has become a marquee issue for him -- food insecurity.
Tuesday will be the governor’s day to shape reality. Monday, the liberal groups seized the bullhorn.
Co-Chair Eliana Pintor Marin says the most striking thing to her so far in the hearings is how many people at different levels of the Murphy campaign, transition and administration knew about the ...