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Virginia P. Ruesterholz (Photo: Stevens Institute of Technology)
Virginia P. Ruesterholz (Photo: Stevens Institute of Technology)
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Stevens Institute of Technology Elects First Woman Board Chair

A northern New Jersey university has elected a woman to chair its board of trustees for the first time in the school's 143-year history.

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NJ Charter Schools Get $125 Million Boost

Charter schools across New Jersey now have access to $125 million in Qualified School Construction Bonds for construction, expansion and enhancement.  The Christie Administration made the announcement today.

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(Flickr User Chrisjtse)
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Comprehensive Sex Ed For Kids?

Today, U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) have reintroduced legislation that would give America’s youth the knowledge they might need to make educated decisions about their health. The “Real Education for Healthy Youth Act” seeks to expand comprehensive sex education programs in schools.

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Does NJ School Agency Spend Too Much On Overhead?

An advocacy group is criticizing New Jersey's school construction agency for the amount of money it spends on overhead.

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Volleyball (Flickr user battlecreekcvb)
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New Opportunity for NJ School Children with Disabilities

Children with disabilities should have the same opportunities as those who don't and here in New Jersey, they will under a 12-week pilot program that will bring the Get FIT program into the school setting, granting disabled students the opportunity to participate in traditional school athletic teams or create parallel athletic programs. 

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Pa. Teachers Swap Chairs with Yoga Balls for Better Learning

In 11 years of teaching, ditching students' desk chairs in favor of yoga balls is one of the best decisions Robbi Giuliano thinks she ever made.

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Jackson Schools Take Step Toward Bus Advertising

Jackson Township may be among the first districts to allow advertising on school buses. 

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NJ Charter School Chef’s $24K Raise Under Scrutiny

Questions are being raised about a $24,000 raise given to the executive chef at a southern New Jersey charter school who is also the live-in boyfriend of the school's founder.

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Lawmaker Wants To Fit College Curriculum To Fit Job Market [AUDIO]

It seems to be happening more and more in New Jersey. Young adults and their families take out loans and spend a small fortune on a college education, but once they get their diploma, those college grads can't find a job.

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President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Obama Wants Preschool Available to All Four-Year-Olds

President Barack Obama says he wants to make preschool available to all 4-year-olds, a vast expansion of existing early childhood education programs.

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