COVID-19 count in NJ is skewed by several factors: testing shortages, home deaths, fatal heart attacks and strokes caused by the virus and the overwhelming ...
After a few years of slowing growth, increased property taxes came bouncing back in 2019
The governor has allocated $9 billion in state aid for public education for 2020-2021. Here’s a chance to see how your district does
While New Jersey’s public school population is highly diverse overall, that is not reflected in most districts or schools
More than eight in 10 who voted by mail sent in their ballot by the end of October, a trend that could change campaign strategies
The percentage of residents living in poverty dropped to 9.5% last year, the lowest in a decade, but still higher than before the Great Recession
Data show that typical public school teacher in New Jersey will receive a 3.01 percent raise this year, the biggest hike in many years
Typical NJ public school district spent almost $16,000 per pupil. Total cost of educating each child was 40 percent higher when spending on busing, pensions, ...
Murphy administration compiles statistics to draw attention to its effort to hold manufacturers and dealers accountable
New census data show increase in older population, influx of young families in Hudson River communities but declining population in farthest suburbs
The rate rose for almost every category of graduate. And, after years of not reporting data by gender, 2018 results show girls graduated at higher ...