SCOTCH PLAINS – When Connie Dovi asked her fifth-grade class at Terrill Road School to come up with a service learning project, Josh Klapper didn’t have to think very long to decide what he wanted to do.
TRENTON—The New Jersey Council of County Colleges will honor New Jersey’s 35 best and brightest community college students and their families at its 18th annual Phi Theta Kappa Day celebration on Thursday, May 3, at the Trenton Marriott Hotel.
MARTINSVILLE—Seven Pingry students won regional and national awards in the 2012 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the country’s longest-running scholarship and recognition program for student achievements in the visual and literary arts.
METUCHEN – Last week, Edgar Middle School computer teacher Roseann Misrahi, librarian Jane Brown, and fifth grade students Christopher Whittington, Julius Cruz, Chloe Jaques and Grace Shleck traveled to the Department of Education in Trenton to showcase their Comic Life Graphic Biography project at the sixth annual Kid Tech Day.
STATE – Gov. Chris Christie’s promise to increase support for higher education should include fair contracts for workers, according to Donna M. Chiera, president of the American Federation of Teachers New Jersey (AFTNJ), the state’s largest higher education union federation.
TRENTON–Governor Chris Christie today named his four members to the state’s Anti-Bullying Task Force called for in the Anti-Bullying Law of Rights.