The number of homeless students in the state rose by almost 30 percent last year, topping 6,500.
Bipartisan legislation aims to stop intimidation and harassment via the Internet and texting -- but how far can it go?
As an increasing number of religious institutions back charter schools, church and state issues may loom large.
Abbott v. Burke’s next go-round before the state Supreme Court looms over much of the state’s politics and its budget. [sidebar:1] And while the court ...
As four solar installations are deployed to four schools, Newark announces Green Energy Education for high school students.
Only one invited legislator puts in an appearance at significantly downsized annual conference.
Mastery ferries its 'No Excuses' attitude from Philadelphia to Camden, one of New Jersey's most troubled school districts.
Schools Development Authority proposal would let qualified districts oversee school construction projects.
Teachers unions that made wage cuts and concessions could see that money returned to school budgets to help restore lost jobs.
Proposed legislation would bar school board members from serving if they’ve been convicted for a range of criminal offenses.