Christie’s signature finally in place, tough new anti-bullying law raises some questions about costs.
Supreme Court hears Abbott, State Board laments student achievement gap.
A six-sentence email lets superintendents know they're out of a $120,000 job.
Five Garden State heavyweights who can alter the course of education in the coming year.
While it's easy to focus on how much special education costs the state -- some $4 billion a year -- it's critical to assess the ...
While welcoming his new education chief, Gov. Christie spent almost as much time praising Hendricks -- "one of the jewels of my administration."
Five former education commissioners discuss the past, present and future of education in the Garden State.
The commissioner-designate takes a stand on school reform, accountability, economically disadvantaged students, teachers unions and more.
A finalist and favorite in last year's search, Chris Cerf this time around is expected to get the nod for the top spot.
Longer time to tenure, mentors, a streamlined dismissal process, and meaningful teacher evaluations are all on the agenda.
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