The COVID-19 challenges remain, some say, but worth the effort to end year in school
As hundreds of NJ schools struggle to reopen for in-person learning, Gov. Murphy calls Hoboken a ‘bright light’
Leaders of three New Jersey education organizations press for a waiver for New Jersey from this spring’s federally mandated standardized testing
Montclair schools may open on a hybrid plan, if the teachers union approves the district's new safety measures and changes. But South Orange-Maplewood public schools ...
‘This is what I do’: How a Newark teacher called, texted, and trudged through the snow to reach her students during COVID
Looking back on this toughest of years for schools through the experience of educator Joicki Floyd
On March 11, 2020, around 10 p.m., hours before our seniors were scheduled to depart from Newark Airport to Disney, I cancelled the trip due ...
During his Wednesday coronavirus media briefing, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that the state's digital divide has been been closed.
Sweeney bill, with support of powerful players, wins quick endorsement from Senate Education Committee
Community members are outraged that the Camden school district is closing three elementary schools at the end of the school year.
Educators say the mental health decline is leading to an educational crisis, and that both will take years and a lot of hard work to ...
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