Anathema to the teachers union, New Jersey's first voucher program is starting to draw support from Democrats.
Governor Christie's salary caps are about to go into effect, despite pending lawsuits and public hearings.
The state Board of Education begins crafting guidelines for bringing candidates over from the private sector to serve as school superintendents.
A pair of legal orders helps set the parameters for the latest round of Abbott v. Burke arguments.
Two online academies are part of the current crop of charters. Both raise intriguing questions about what defines a school.
State School Boards Association reports new contracts at historic lows, salary increases averaging below 2 percent.
Specialization or Segregation? NJ’s First Charter School for Autistic Children Already Faces Challenges
Newark's Forest Hill Charter School pushes the envelope as to what charters can be -- and charge.
Now that President Obama has outlined his education policy, New Jersey and other states await the details.
The budget process is just beginning, but public schools are trying to prepare for all eventualities.
Lesson plans, study guides, interviews, photographs, survivors' stories -- and a child's doll recovered from the wreckage.