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Seton Hall sets records for applications, freshmen

It was another banner year for Seton Hall University, as the South Orange college announced recently that it has broken its applications record for the fifth consecutive year. Seton Hall said in a news release...

Seton Hall unveils new strategic plan: ‘Harvest Our Treasures’

Affirming its desire to provide a distinctive and rigorous education in the liberal arts tradition while recognizing the significance of this transformational period in American higher education, Seton Hall University released its new strategic...

N.J. dominates U.S. News rankings for best schools by county

If the state needed more statistical evidence that it has the best school systems in the country, U.S. News & World Report provided it Tuesday during the release of its annual Healthiest Communities list. When...

RCBC to oversee N.J. logistics development center

Rowan College at Burlington County’s Workforce Development Institute was chosen to oversee the state’s Transportation, Logistics & Distribution Talent Development Center. RCBC will receive $1.2 million to serve as a center of excellence in the...

Stevens launching three new master’s degrees, continuing work with Noodle

Stevens Institute of Technology has launched three new online master’s degree programs, working with online learning network Noodle, the Hoboken-based university announced this week. The new programs include a Master of Science in business intelligence...

Uncertainty in times of COVID: Back-to-school shopping

COVID-19’s impact has created a lot of uncertainty for back-to-school season, according to Deloitte’s 2020 Back-to-School Consumer Spending Survey. With anxiety and fear over financial concerns abound, parents are hoping to balance these much-needed...

Career Classroom: Essex County tech grads get real-world experience working on school project

Erika Deleon graduated in 2019 from Essex County Newark Tech High School, where she was exposed to all of the construction trades, but it was welding that really sparked her interest. Deleon knew that, instead...

N.J. has the best public schools in the nation, Fabric analysis says

The U.S. Department of Education released in October 2019 results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, and found while the performance of math and reading in grades four and eight improved from 1990...

One River School announces new franchise in Monmouth

One River School is expanding in New Jersey with a new Monmouth County franchise location. The company also announced it is expanding in Chicago and Suffolk County, New York. One River currently operates nine locations...

Prospective entrepreneurs show their stuff at annual business competition

Tom Wisniewski said he was simply there doing his job. “My job is to get to know everyone out there who is or is aspiring to be an entrepreneur — especially the successful ones,” he...

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