Voters on Thursday approved a $21 million project to authorize the Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District to bond for improvements to athletic, recreational and other facilities.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Paul O’Brien, executive director of Amnesty International USA, will talk to students about how they can get involved with human rights campaigns when he visits Stockton University on Thursday.
Beginning Monday, the Deptford school system is changing its bell schedule for the third time in another attempt to fix a bus driver shortage that has left kids chronically late or missing school since the start of the school year.
What wells inside him as he watches riot police move against protesters in Iran, said Ali Houshmand, is anger.
A campaign for a proposal to bring new turf fields and other improvements to the three Greater Egg Harbor Regional high schools is in the homestretch.
Atlantic Cape Community College and the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City will be partners in a new initiative to help 10 teenagers learn about careers in aviation and drones while earning college credits.
ABSECON — Generations came together over the weekend to commemorate the 100-year legacy of their alma mater.
PLEASANTVILLE — The president of the local school board admitted Wednesday he agreed to support the board’s solicitor in exchange for help attaining his presidency.
OCEAN CITY — Every student deserves to be valued, heard, seen and supported.
Shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday, Rebecca Shaw waited anxiously on the porch of her Deptford home, hoping the yellow school bus assigned to take her son to kindergarten would show up on time. It had been late every day so far this school year.
MAYS LANDING — Three new members were named to Atlantic Cape Community College’s Board of Trustees over the summer.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University has been named one of the top 100 public universities in the nation in the 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report College Rankings.
Chris Mancuso paced the sidelines at Southern Regional High School, constantly pulling back his long blonde hair as he barked orders to his players on the field.
OCEAN CITY — With controversy over state guidelines on health education seeming to continue to build, about 30 parents heard details from school staff on how the standards will be implemented in the classroom.
PLEASANTVILLE — The state Schools Development Authority has approved a proposal to build a new school on Decatur Avenue for children in pre-K to fifth grade.
PLEASANTVILLE — The state’s largest teachers union is rallying on behalf of the leader of an esteemed diverse-curriculum program in the local school district.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Retired Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez has joined the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University as a senior contributing analyst.
A battle over a vacant seat on the Burlington County Regional school board has ended for now with the appointment of a political newcomer who will become the board’s youngest member.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University will unveil its Holocaust Survivors of South Jersey Digital Archive on Sunday.
OCEAN CITY — More than 100 people gathered across from City Hall on Thursday in opposition to state education standards that take effect this year.
ATLANTIC CITY — As most students returned to school last week full of excitement, it may not have dawned on them yet that with a new year comes new homework.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University’s vision of creating a technology hub for K-12 education is coming to fruition after the school was awarded a two-year, $333,313 grant to help support it.
The Linwood School District is set to receive $360,797 in grants to help expand its preschool program.
The Hollander Memorial Foundation will continue providing $50,000 annually to award 10 students in Stockton University’s health sciences programs each $5,000 scholarships, the university said Wednesday.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — For two second graders climbing aboard Bus 68 on their way to the Davenport complex Tuesday morning, the bus ride was a reunion, even though they lived close enough to share a bus stop.
OCEAN CITY — A statewide and national argument over how and what to teach in public schools has come to Ocean City, with parents, faith groups and residents objecting to the adoption of state standards that include new guidance on education on sex and gender.
Bryan Gonzalez-Mejia is proof that Stockton University’s Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning has had a positive impact on students since its inception 10 years ago. While attending Stockton, the 2019 graduate taught history and civics to recent immigrants in naturalization c…
PLEASANTVILLE — As students prepare to return to the classroom, community members seek to inspire them for that first day back.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Spencer’s and Spirit Halloween are helping Stockton University bolster both a scholarship fund and its business school with a $250,000 endowment.