Schools Development Authority seeks action on projects that in some cases have been stalled for years.
Governor’s move on Race to the Top application raises questions on commissioner, programs and prospects of federal aid.
As the finance guru of the Office of Legislative Services, David Rosen wears many hats and answers to many titles, including Dr. Rosen. Just don't ...
Moves mark a pronounced break from the past as school boards seek to close budget holes.
Compromises from the teachers' union and the Christie administration help turn contentious bargaining into 'win-win' situation.
Tenure, merit pay, and seniority are the three main issues under negotiation in last-minute Race to the Top talks.
Perth Amboy school district challenges governor's executive order to withhold state education aid.
First wave of grants totaling $37 million will help fund more than $77 million in new construction—but some 50 projects in urban districts are still ...
Jersey City's Golden Door Charter School was one of the first. It's faced administrative issues, financial shortfalls and some plateauing scores; it's also matured into ...
Christie wins Legislature's general support, but adds compromise and cash in quest for other backing.
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