HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Three hundred and forty-seven students walked across the stage to accept their diploma Thursday as family and friends cheered them on during Atlantic Cape Community College’s 55th annual commencement.
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Four local schools are being awarded money by Sustainable Jersey for Schools supporting various projects and classroom initiatives, the organization said Tuesday.
OCEAN CITY — Wendy O’Neal has been appointed acting principal at Ocean City High School, the school district said Friday.
BARNEGAT TOWNSHIP — The local school district recognized a Day Without Hate on Friday after receiving its first No Place for Hate Designation from the Anti-Defamation League.
MAYS LANDING — Construction is underway on the new Innovation Center at Atlantic Cape Community College, a $5.3 million facility for esports and cybersecurity programs at the Mays Landing campus.
David Tobias commanded the respect of his students during his nearly 50 years of teaching music.
The guidelines, which outline what schools should teach students by the end of second, fifth, eighth and 12th grade, have also prompted an outcry from some parents. The most controversial concepts revolve around lessons that discuss gender identity by the end of second grade; puberty and mas…
ATLANTIC CITY — Meet AC and Stockton University are partnering to invite faculty to the resort for lectures and educational workshops as part of a new initiative intended to boost the city’s meeting business.
At first, Gisselle Smith-Echevarria thought she would write about pollution, a safe topic, nothing personal.
PLEASANTVILLE — Students at the Washington Avenue School had their knowledge of the judicial system tried and tested — in game-show format.
EGG HARBOR CITY — Activists demanding more integrated New Jersey schools are continuing their campaign to preserve the Absecon-Pleasantville send-and-receive agreement.
GLASSBORO — Rowan and Stockton universities will showcase stories from South Jersey Holocaust survivors later this month through a series of short plays.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP —Stockton University has maintained its A- bond rating with Fitch Ratings the company announced April 8, noting that the rating outlook is stable.
New Jersey lawmakers have reignited the debate over whether high schools should begin later to allow students more sleep before starting their day.
OCEAN CITY — The local Board of Education is getting closer in its search for a new superintendent, according to information released by the district Monday.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A new mural at Stockton University will capture the school’s history for years to come.
When real estate developer Kevin Dixon decided to convert his South Jersey property into an alternative school for troubled students from Atlantic City, he started losing friends.
Stockton University will receive $500,000 from the federal budget to support coastal resiliency projects and education.
UPPER TOWNSHIP — Parents, educators and homeschooled kids came together Saturday morning for the annual F.U.N. Homeschool Fair at the Community Center.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — More than 155 students from 12 high schools gathered Friday morning at Atlantic Cape Community College for a Teen Summit organized by the Coalition for a Safe Community and co-sponsored by AtlantiCare Healthy Schools.