In a move that will directly aid Jersey City schools, the federal Department of Education has ordered New Jersey to restore millions of dollars in funding cuts the state made to 80 of its poorest school districts after lawmakers in 2018 changed how the state provides aid to local schools.
Google’s philanthropic arm, Google.org, has announced a $175,000 grant to provide free tech training to young adults and veterans in Essex and Hudson Counties.
A talented trio from McNair Academic High School in Jersey City have achieved recognition as the green giants of “sustainable community garden irrigation.”
In the election to fill three school board seats, the Jersey City Education Association-backed Education Matters candidates Younass Mohamed Barkouch, Natalia Ioffe and Paula Jones-Watson convincingly defeated five other candidates, three of whom ran under the banner Change for Children.
Franklin Walker, the superintendent of Jersey City’s public school district, will be retiring as of January 2022.
Candidates for the Jersey City Board of Education shared their ideas for addressing a teacher shortage affecting the city’s public schools at a virtual forum held by Infinity Institute parents Tuesday night.
Twenty-seven years ago, Trevor and Linda Rubingh, founders of a cross-cultural church in Ward F, got 300 kids together for a weekend of youth programming. That’s when they discovered their true mission: providing trained teen mentors to help underprivileged kids with academics and music.
Hudson County Community College has been selected to receive the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) 2021 Equity Award for the Northeastern United States.
A Hudson County Grand Jury has indicted a teacher at the Infinity Institute in Jersey City in the sexual assaults of three female students.
Faculty members at New Jersey City University signaled they want to oust the state school’s president after a tense, two-hour Zoom meeting Monday.