A move to dial back homework in two NJ elementary schools is sparking a discussion about whether the extra work is helpful or harmful.
New Jersey is known for having some of the best public schools in the country. But how well do they really prepare our kids for life afterward?
The debate heats up over whether kids need to be in school all day to prepare for first grade, or if half-day is a better option.
What’s the deal with magnet schools in NJ? How can your kid get into one?
You spend hours at night helping your first grader with her homework? Are teachers actually overloading the kids?
One local parent shares how she made the decision about her sons' education.
With news of another school shooting seemingly every other week, how are New Jersey districts handling the issue—and are our kids being properly protected when they’re in class?
If it is for volunteering, traveling or on-the-job experience, a gap year between high school and college can be beneficial for your teen.
Want to raise a successful student who gets straight A's in school? Here are tips and study habits to help your kid get good grades.
Lessons to teach children before the first day of school.
Why many New Jersey parents and teachers are against it
Is New Jersey’s anti-bullying law strong enough to make a difference?
Read up on recent education reforms in our state, including restrictions on teacher tenure.
When pressed, teachers will ’fess up to likes and dislikes in the gift department. (Hint: No more mugs.)
Whether cyberbullying happens in school or at home, it’s a problem that schools must confront.