IOWA CITY, Iowa—Racial and income gaps in college success rates can be narrowed by ensuring that all students take a rigorous core curriculum in high school, according to a new study by ACT, Inc.
LINDEN — It is 3 p.m.; school is out. What does your child do now? If you are looking for an after school program for your child, Castle Learning Center can help you.
TRENTON – Legislation to set guidelines for school superintendent contracts was approved on Thursday 11-0 by the Assembly Education Committee.
ELIZABETH–Inspiration…endless possibilities…the keen pursuit of careers in science- these hopes and dreams took shape and form when the Rev. Msgr. Manuel A. Cruz, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, dedicated Benedictine Academy’s new interactive science lab on Sept. 15.
CLARK — St. John the Apostle School in Clark opened the 2010-2011 school year with a special Mass on Sept. 9. The school’s 392 students received a special blessing from Father Robert McBride, pastor of St. John the Apostle Church.
RAHWAY — Roosevelt Elementary School in Rahway kicked off the school-wide Positive Behavior Support in Schools program.
EDISON — On Wednesday, September 15, William Reiss of Fords, Quality Manager at Merck & Co. and the father of second-grader Sara Reiss, served as a tour guide to the stars as he showed students in grades 1 to 5 the exciting educational features of a portable planetarium called Starlab.
STATE — Do you know how many cases are filed in New Jersey’s municipal courts each year? Do you know how citizens are chosen for jury duty?
RAHWAY — The Rahway High School Marching Band finished its opening weekend of competitions at the United States Scholastic Band Association event held on Saturday, Sept. 11.
ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. high school students and their teachers are invited to compete for nearly $115,000 in prize money by participating in the Bill of Rights Institute’s fifth annual Being an American Essay Contest.