- »Kean Takes Issue With Climate-Change Deniers
Global warming conference paints grim picture of NJ's future -- including shifting weather patterns, coastal flooding, violent storms, and rising smog levels.
- »Charter Schools Sue State, Claiming They've Been Shortchanged
Latest development only adds to the tensions between charters and the districts that host them.
- »Back to Court for Controversial Transmission Line Project
Environmentalists want BPU to rescind its approval of Susquehanna-Roseland.
- »Bergen County Hospitals Battle Over Beds
Opponents vow to block plans to reopen Pascack Valley Hospital.
- »Fine Print: Anti-Bullying Incident Report Form
The war against school bullying gets a new ally -- a paper one.
- »Number of the Day: 58
Poverty has become not just a serious problem in New Jersey -- it's now widespread, according to U.S. Census figures just released. As a whole, 13.1 percent of children between the ages of 5-17 are living in poverty, as opposed to 10.1 percent in pre-recessionary 2007. (Nationally, the percentage is now 19.8 percent.)
- »Op-Ed: Waiting for Achilles
Focusing on NJ's student achievement gaps misses the broader -- and better -- picture.