Sometimes I’m pretty sensitive. When I get yelled at or my feelings are hurt, I go through a litany of reasons about why something is probably my fault, even if it really isn’t. No one needs to make me feel like an idiot because I usually do a pretty good job of making myself feel like one.
CRANFORD – To support Union County’s “Union County Means Business” initiative, Union County College will host the Grand Opening of the Career Services Center on the first floor of the college’s Kellogg Building of the Elizabeth Campus.
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CLARK — The Dr. Wm. Robinson Museum will host the fourth annual Living History Weekend featuring the Civil War on June 2 and 3.
TRENTON – The Senate Judiciary Committee rejected Gov. Chris Christie’s nomination of Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris to the state Supreme Court this afternoon.
TRENTON – The Department of Education today released Report Cards for each public school in the state for the 2010-11 school year. Based in part on these results, the Department of Education has already begun interventions in Priority Schools – the lowest-performing five percent of schools in the state over the past three years – with full support to begin in September through the state’s new Regional Achievement Centers.
TRENTON – The president of the Elizabeth School Board has been indicted for allegedly stealing from the Elizabeth School District’s free lunch program by filing false applications for her children, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The federally funded program offers free and reduced-price lunches for students who otherwise might not be able to afford them.
TRENTON—With the deadline for filing for school board candidacy quickly approaching, the president of the New Jersey School Boards Association is urging citizens sincerely interested in education to consider running for their local board of education.