A recent Wall Street Journal article by Peter Cappelli, “Why Focusing Too Narrowly in College Could Backfire,” caught my eye. Cappelli writes, “Students are told to learn the subjects that will best land them a job when they graduate. But that could be the worst thing they could do
RAHWAY — During the month of December, cadets from the Rahway High School Marine Corp. Junior ROTC unit solicited donations of toys from the school for distribution to families in need in the Rahway community.
(via NJ Spotlight) Thursday’s passage of what’s been called the Dream Act — which guarantees tuition equality to undocumented immigrants — has left advocates on both sides of the issue feeling slighted.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by state Senate Education Chair M. Teresa Ruiz and state Sen. Shirley K. Turner that would create a task force to study issues related to full-day kindergarten, including the feasibility of implementing full-day programs in schools statewide, was approved today by the Assembly.
CLARK — Students at Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark donated approximately 200 gifts for needy children. The Seton Giving Tree, located in the school’s main lobby, became the central depository for these gifts.