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.
Report: Most School Districts In New Jersey Go Untested For LeadFears are growing in New Jersey over how much lead is in school water.
New Jersey Lawmakers Debate Bill That Would Require Recess In SchoolsThe bill would require that students in kindergarten through fifth grade have a daily, 20-minute recess period.
Study: 10% Of New Jersey School Kids Play Hooky Big TimeA newly released report indicates kids playing hooky from school is a serious problem in New Jersey, with poorer, urban areas particularly hard hit.
Suing BulliesWhen a New Jersey student being bullied sued the school, the school turned around and sued the bullies.
No Teachers Convention Means Class Is In Session For Some NJ SchoolsWith the cancellation of this week's New Jersey teachers convention, some school districts are using Thursday and Friday to make up days lost to Hurricane Sandy -- but others will be closed as scheduled.
Governor Christie, Lawmakers Agree To Fix New Jersey's Anti-Bullying Law Quick action is expected to tweak New Jersey’s anti-bullying law to address concerns that it creates, in effect, an unfunded mandate on school districts across the Garden State.
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