Education commissioner admits state is little closer to solving testing problems, finding increased aid for hardest-hit districts
Embattled executive director of Schools Development Authority defers answering most questions, saying situation is under review by counsel
What should high school in New Jersey accomplish for students and communities? Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet joins the first of a four-part series of roundtables ...
A look at the specifics of a spending plan that boosts aid to districts by more than $200 million and pre-K funding by $68 million
Governor announces first $2 million in grants for high-tech program will be divvied up among 29 school districts
Second audit finds gaps in enrollment and hiring at fast-growing hybrid charter schools
Nevertheless, members of governor’s party signal resistance to his critical evaluation of the state’s tax-incentive programs for business
The answer, it seems, is fairer than most. Only Wyoming matches New Jersey on key criteria
That leaves the out-of-luck 35, whose applications for more than $20 million all told were turned down by New Jersey Department of Education
In 500-plus districts across the state, voters weighed in on who would take seats on school boards. In districts with referenda, spending on security was ...