EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — As perhaps the last generation to hear directly from survivors and veterans of World War II, Egg Harbor Township High School students were charged Wednesday with carrying on the story of the Holocaust to future generations.
Chabad on Campus seeks to be a home away from home for Jewish people at the college and post-graduate levels.
The Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winslow Noyes Foundation has donated its remaining $2.2 million in assets to the Stockton University Foundation, the school said Friday.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — For the fourth time in 10 years, Stockton University hosted its Hip Hop Summit, which this year focused on using the conscious rap movement to raise societal awareness.
ATLANTIC CITY — Conversation about sexual assault, harassment and better sexual health awareness filled a town-hall style event Thursday morning as hundreds of educators, health experts and advocates gathered in the city to discuss the newest and best ways to improve sexual health education.
TRENTON — The Middle Township School District has received a grant that could lead to it creating an addiction-recovery high school for South Jersey.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University has named Dr. Michael W. Klein interim executive director of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University has yet to reinstall the bust of its namesake, but a planning committee is working to develop a new display that will put the founding father’s history in context.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — As the school district continues to grapple with a roofing project gone awry, Pinelands Regional Superintendent Maryann Banks has submitted her letter of resignation.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Tasked with developing a vision for the school district, about 125 stakeholders, mostly parents, students and educators, turned out for a second strategic planning meeting at the C.J. Davenport Elementary School.
TRENTON — New Jersey state senators have crafted two bills to put back in place the Obama-era campus sexual assault guidelines rescinded this fall by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
MAYS LANDING — Three students from Veterans Memorial Middle School in Vineland defeated 16 other teams to win the fourth annual Congressional App Challenge sponsored by U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-2nd.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — A group of concerned parents from the Pinelands Regional School District want to make parents from other school districts aware of possible exposure to asbestos after a roofing project gone awry closed the high school indefinitely in October.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — For the more than 300 active charitable organizations registered in Cape May County, the new Nonprofit Resource Center at Atlantic Cape Community College’s southern campus will be so much more.
ATLANTIC CITY — AT&T has donated $80,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs around the state, including the local club.
Atlantic Cape Community College will hold a grand opening Friday for its new Nonprofit Resource Center at the Cape May County campus.
New Jersey is becoming more racially diverse, but its schools are becoming more segregated, according to the latest report from the UCLA Civil Rights Project.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University will celebrate Kwanzaa this Friday with its 42nd annual event featuring music, performances and a traditional feast.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Brooklyn-based rapper Talib Kweli will be the featured speaker at this year’s Dec. 7 Stockton Hip Hop Summit, “Stay Woke: Using Hip Hop as a Tool for Consciousness Raising.”
LINWOOD — Educational success is not just about collecting the right information, but rather what is done with that information to improve student outcomes, Mainland Regional High School Superintendent Mark Marrone says.
ATLANTIC CITY — A South Jersey proposal for an all-boys charter school, which would have been the first of its kind in New Jersey, was denied by the state Department of Education earlier this month.
ATLANTIC CITY — On a recent Saturday morning, 9-year-old Jayla Smith worked diligently on a robot at Atlantic Cape Community College.
TOMS RIVER — The Ocean County College Foundation is seeking donations for its 2018 Scholarship Fund Drive that will help prospective students receive a post-secondary education.
MAYS LANDING — Sometimes a message resonates more with young people when it comes from their friends. That is the hope of the HERO Campaign’s new student initiative, the HERO Video Network.
A national nonprofit has pledged $1.5 million to help students facing hardship attend Rowan University and Rowan College at Gloucester County.
UPPER TOWNSHIP — Middle school boys will line the sidelines to cheer on their girl peers Wednesday for the fourth annual powder puff game at Upper Township Middle School.