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David Lopez, the dean of Rutgers Law School-Newark said it doesn’t take long during orientation of the incoming class before the fact that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught at the school comes...

N.J. schools in rankings: Rutgers, Stevens join Princeton in Top 100; nine schools in...

There are numerous rankings for higher education institutions, but the U.S. News & World Report rankings — the longest running of the bunch — generally are regarded as the most prestigious and gather the...

Perfect 10: Princeton again named nation’s top university by U.S. News

Princeton University was named the top school in the nation for the 10th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report, which released its much-anticipated annual rankings Monday morning. New Jersey placed three schools in the...

Heeding the call: Monmouth educator says telehealth is proving its worth during pandemic, which...

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ROI-NJ presents our first ROI Influencers: Higher Education list

When we decided at the beginning of the year to add Higher Education to our roll call of ROI Influencers, we obviously had no idea how much the world would change due to the...

Newark startup PeduL partners with AACCNJ to launch scholarship campaign for underrepresented students

Kayla Michèle and Chisa Egbelu are all about opportunities for students from underrepresented communities. The idea, however, comes with a catch. These students have to actually have access to these opportunities for the concept...

Essex County Education Association: We cannot support reopening of schools in September

Anthony Rosamilia, the president of the Essex County Education Association — which represents more than 12,000 educators in the county — sent a letter to the county superintendent and dozens of elected officials Friday,...

Veteran math teacher: Statistically speaking, kids would be safer in schools

Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday gave school districts the ability to start the year with all-remote learning – if they feel they cannot reopen safely. Here’s why keeping kids at home doesn’t necessarily solve the...

Career Classroom: After varied industry careers, vocational teachers enjoy move to classroom

John Branda worked as a chef at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.   Cameron DiCostanzo, who has a degree in nursing, was a clinical quality program manager at Regional Cancer Care Associates.  Stephen Mercadante,...

Seton Hall confirms reopening plan, following state’s guidance on in-person instruction

Seton Hall University updated its students and other members of the university community on its fall reopening plans, which it had initially detailed in May. The South Orange school said it will reopen its...

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