Even in diverse Jersey City, more than half the teachers there are white, compared to just 15% of students.
A new image from the James Webb Space Telescope of a tiny galaxy called Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte will be revealed for the first time publicly in Liberty Science Center’s Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium this Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m.
Bank of America is partnering with Liberty Science Center starting this fall to offer students at James J. Ferris High School in Jersey City the opportunity to learn basic cybersecurity skills and immediately upon graduation take entry-level jobs at the bank in “emerging technologies.” Students at Memorial High School in West New York are being made the same offer.
Hudson Catholic Regional High School in Jersey City is partnering with New Jersey City University to offer a new program this fall that will allow its students to earn college credits in “media arts.”
Like many children in the 1950s, John Scully was fascinated by trains, in his case the Lackawanna Railroad that ran the length of New Jersey, where he grew up, and through Cranberry Lake in Byram Township, where his family had a summer home. Unlike many children, his fascination never wavered, even throughout his adult life. […]
Two recent Hudson County Hi-Tech High School alums recently partnered with a young artist to publish “Eco the Elephant Saves the Jungle,” a picture book for young children about the environment.
NJCU is taking issue with reporting on the severance package due departing school president, Sue Henderson.
As part of its “Summer Youth and Teen Program,” Hudson County Community College is offering children aged nine to 15 (who are vaccinated against Covid-19) classes on first aid, SAT preparation, baking, and cooking. All classes are in-person, range in price from $270 to $470, and last one or two weeks. One-time vouchers for $100 per student are available by uploading proof of vaccination.
Fifty lucky senior-citizen residents of the Jersey City Housing Authority will receive a free wifi-enabled laptop this fall thanks to the New Jersey chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons.
With her promotion last month to permanent school superintendent, Dr. Norma Fernandez has received a $60 thousand bump in pay.