New Jersey Officials Look For Feedback On Later Start Times For StudentsOfficials with the New Jersey Department of Education held the first of three public meetings at Camden County College to see what parents, educators, and students think about later start times for the middle and high school classes.
New Jersey Assembly To Weigh Scaling Back Scope Of Standardized TestsLawmakers are set to vote Monday on a bill aimed at addressing some parents' concerns surrounding the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers tests.
New Jersey Beats National Average For SAT Test ScoresSAT results are in for the Class of 2013 in New Jersey, and they’re looking good.
Evesham School Board Member Under Fire For Alleged 'Anti-Semitic' RemarksA school board member from Evesham is under fire for allegedly making a remark described by some as "anti-Semitic."
Deadline Approaching For New Jersey Schools To Move Election DayNew Jersey education officials say school districts wishing to take advantage of a new law allowing them to move their annual elections from spring to fall had better get a move on.