One of the highlights of Gov. Chris Christie's State of the State address Tuesday was his call for a longer school day and school year in New Jersey. His comments received immediate reaction from professionals in the field.
New Jersey students scored among the highest in the nation this year on a standardized test often used to compare states' educational performance, and the exams revealed that Hispanic eighth-graders have made significant progress in closing the performance gap with their white peers, according …
NEW JERSEY 101.5 Teachers at New Milford High School are taking a "flipped" approach to educating their students. There are no lectures during school hours, and they've done away with assigning homework.
In an effort to better prepare New Jersey high school students for the future, all students in the state are now required to complete a half-year course in economics and financial literacy before graduation.