A group of parents in Camden are petitioning a judge to immediately allow their children to be transferred to new schools because the one they're attending is so bad, it doesn't provide a thorough and efficient education - something required by the state Constitution.
New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a higher-education bond question on the November ballot that will allow the state to borrow $750 million to fund construction projects at the state's colleges and universities. Its an issue that has bipartisan support, but in the end its up to you.
State Senators Ron Rice and Jim Whelan strongly believe after-school programs are vital and they’re working to together to come up with a new way to pay for them. The lawmakers have introduced legislation to create a dedicated funding mechanism for after-school programs for at-risk kids from …
Three teachers and two administrators at Triton High School in Runnemede are facing criminal charges, and have been suspended, after the teachers allegedly engaged in sexual activity with three female students.