COVID-19 cases among students at Rowan University have reached 131 and climbing. Using contact tracing, mandatory quarantines and enforcing social distancing -- both on and ...
With nearly all classes online, New Jersey is back to school but state unclear on how many currently lack needed tools
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[Updated: September 13, 2020] The latest list of New Jersey's public and private school reopening plans under COVID-19, in whatever form.
Because he left that decision to local schools, it’s not clear yet what people will think of him
NJ School Boards Association’s second survey of members finds schools crying out for funding and clear guidance from the state
County colleges say any reduction in state support will mean losses for students and workers and will hamper the economic recovery
Tens of thousands of students lack tools for remote learning. Group says that violates their rights
State has approved 350 reopening plans, most going with hybrid remote/in-person classes, but more than 60 have signed on for strictly in-person education
Gov. Phil Murphy pitched a budget Tuesday that keeps state aid largely unchanged