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Joy Alfano was one of only two teachers in New Jersey and 100 educators nationwide to receive a $2,000 grant from Voya Financial.
The Hoboken University ranks 76th out of 200 national universities that offer a wide range of undergraduate, master's and doctoral programs.
178 first year medical students began their educational journey towards becoming physicians.
Leslie Markevitch has been an active student during her high school career and doesn't plan to slow down any time soon.
Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks wants to join theater and 'The Daily Californian' when she starts next year at the University of California-Berkeley.
Dr. Mark Toback will take over Passaic County district as of Aug. 11.
City superintendent's claim that there is no lawsuit against charter school is 'factually incorrect,' Barbara Martinez says.
Mark Toback clarifies school district's recent actions.
District claims the school's charter and expansion approval is 'not valid.'
District receives about $50,000 more in aid for 2014-15.
Students performed the award-winning play, 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,' last weekend.
Edward Horan, a student at The Hudson School, captured the 55th annual event on Saturday.
Drama club attended Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey Governor's Awards at Rutgers University.
Winter weather cancels classes for the second time this week.
The play runs Friday, Feb. 7 and Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m.
Non-snow emergency city personnel will have a delayed opening Friday.
We’ve compiled the 20 School Districts with the Most Bullying Incidents for the 2012-2013 school year. Not surprisingly, Newark had the most bullying incidents since it has the largest stu
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
While school districts in cities such as Newark and Camden led the way in total number of incidents, there were many districts that had a higher ratio of incidents of violence
National arts education non-profit Young Audiences has awarded the Hoboken Charter High School a Sandy recovery grant valued at $10,000.