Administration's $5 million innovation fund one of the casualties of budget process
Administration, state-appointed superintendent, will cooperate but keep low profile for time being
U.S. Department of Education confirms it has opened civil rights probe into city's controversial plan to reorganize public schools
According to the Kids Count Data Book, New Jersey ranked eighth in child well-being, down from last year's rank of five.
Summer training and deadlines for schools following Christie rollback on use of student test scores in evaluations
The results of this year's Advanced Placement exams are in, and three-quarters of the state's high-school students are high scorers
Hespe says NJ should take deliberate approach but touts new approvals for schools in Trenton, Camden
One thing that distinguishes group from predecessors is amount of data available to work with
Administration, NJEA hammer out compromise on how much new online testing will count toward teacher evaluations
Gov. Christie has ordered the creation of a nine-member study commission, tasked with looking at the state's standardized testing.