Preliminary results show many school budgets getting the OK from voters, although a few cliffhangers are too close to call.
With 365 properties in its portfolio, the Schools Development Authority has far more potential sites than it has projects. What does it do with the ...
Will the public face of the Newark school community -- and the perennial man in the middle -- still be in place after today's election?
On eve of local budget votes, a quieter mood after last year's record rejections.
Federal agency gives New Jersey the OK to make a one-time cut of $26 million in special education funding.
So-called boutique charter schools are raising concerns about costs and specialized curriculums in some suburban enclaves.
Three judges and two opposing attorneys are central to the fate of school funding fight.
State auditor report finds plenty of room for improvement, from staffing to phone bill.
Adjustments enable school districts to cover costs they can't control, like healthcare and enrollment.
New Jersey joins governing board of next-generation assessment effort.