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Interactive Map: Salaries for NJ Teachers, Staff and Administrators Dip Slightly

Colleen O'Dea | August 15, 2014 | Maps

Departure of long-time educators and supervisors – and hiring less-experienced replacements – is responsible in large part for drop in average pay

Interactive Map: Garden State Trust Preserves Past, Present for the Future

Colleen O'Dea | August 8, 2014 | Maps
Voters will decide in November whether to replenish fund that has saved 400,000 acres and many historic sites since 1998
August 1, 2014
HIV/AIDS has become a chronic illness, rather than a death sentence, but individuals and populations remain at risk
July 25, 2014
More than 100 communities across state are home to at least one nest -- including Jersey City
July 18, 2014
The results of this year's Advanced Placement exams are in, and three-quarters of the state's high-school students are high scorers
July 11, 2014
New Jersey's economy may still be lagging, but most nonemployer businesses show solid growth, both in total number and total receipts
June 27, 2014
Median age is up slightly to 39.4 years; Hunterdon’s population ranks as state’s oldest
June 20, 2014
White and Asian students -- and students from wealthier families -- still wind up with more of the diplomas
June 13, 2014
Percentage of one-parent families led by father declines in NJ while U.S. number climbs
June 6, 2014
Highest number of registered voters in a least a decade elected to stay home Tuesday
May 30, 2014
Money-magnets are pretty much limited to a few incumbents and several hotly contested districts
May 23, 2014
While number was second-highest ever, volume of appeals appears to be down considerably this year
May 16, 2014
Biggest total annual spending total last year was staggering $1 billion in Newark
May 9, 2014
Residents would have to earn $25 an hour to pay fair-market rent on two-bedroom apartment in Garden State
May 2, 2014
But Garden State lags in availability of mental-health professionals
April 11, 2014
Damage claims were filed most frequently by residents of a town that’s nowhere near the storm-battered Jersey Shore
April 4, 2014
New Jersey municipalities with the largest declines rank among those with the most damage
March 28, 2014
Fifteen people were killed over a 3-year period along Route 130, which also runs through Middlesex and Camden
March 27, 2014
Hunterdon tops state while Cumberland is least healthy, according to RWJ Foundation, which says smart policies can improve outcomes statewide
March 24, 2014
Largest number of enrollees via Obamacare and NJ Family Care projected to be in Essex County
March 21, 2014
Italian, Irish and German heritages account for over 40% of population, 20% are Hispanic or Asian, while 40% list background as ‘other’
March 14, 2014
As trend continues, more than one-half of NJ residents and more than two-thirds in 20-34 age bracket are not married
February 21, 2014
Hundreds of properties damaged by Sandy also in line for possible acquisition by state
February 14, 2014
Percentage of babies delivered by cesarean – nearly 40 percent -- trails only Louisiana
February 7, 2014
State agency has given homeowners only $25 million out of $600 million as reimbursements for storm-damage repairs
January 31, 2014
Nearly half -- almost 200,000 statewide -- took at least one class, mostly in visual arts and music
January 29, 2014
NJ education officials release comparative test scores and graduation rates, as well as data putting statistics in broader context
January 24, 2014
Immigration reform bills could help strengthen role as 'gateway state,' enable undocumented to contribute more to economy
January 22, 2014
More than 100,000 Garden State children without coverage among those who could benefit from federal healthcare mandate
January 17, 2014
Most are in session for 7 hours and 6 minutes, 180 days; Gov. Christie wants to extend time spent in class
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