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Ed-tech expert Dodelson set to launch latest platform: Beable

Saki Dodelson doesn’t see education as a business. She sees it as a health care provider. “What many don’t realize in education is that we’re taking care of hearts,” she said. “Schools aren’t a business....

COVID-19 isn’t scaring away nursing students — some programs even seeing increase in interest

Amar Woods knew he didn’t want to wait years to begin helping patients. That’s why Lincoln Tech’s one-year Licensed Practical Nursing program was so appealing when he started in the fall of 2019. Then the...

Workplace expert: Why managers are big now, senior leaders will be important later

Kyra Sutton thinks a public statement from a company on systematic racism is a must — especially if you’re a corporate giant. And hearing internally from the most senior leaders in the organization is important,...

Seton Hall names provost to oversee implementation of new academic system

Seton Hall University has named a new provost and executive vice president, it announced Friday. The South Orange-based college said Katia Passerini assumed her new post as chief academic officer that day — nearly a...

Newark college president: Black lives still matter

In the summer of 2016, the killing of black youths in Minnesota and Louisiana and subsequent killing of five policemen in Dallas brought to the fore the "Black Lives Matter" theme. At that time,...

ETS names McWilliams general manager of research laboratories

ETS announced on Thursday that it has named Kara McWilliams to general manager of research laboratories within the organization's Research and Development division. The Princeton-based educational nonprofit said McWilliams will be responsible for establishing and...

State releases guidelines for modified in-person graduation ceremonies

No handing out of diplomas, no live music, a limited number of non-graduates at the event, coordinated entrance and exit plans — and 6 feet of spacing for everyone, everywhere and all times. The state...

Monmouth again aces FiveThirtyEight’s polling grades

The FiveThirtyEight data website is out with its latest rating of the nation’s polling institutes, and Monmouth University again was at the head of the class. Monmouth University Polling Institute received an "A+" rating, as...

Career Classroom: N.J.’s vocational-technical graduates step onto front lines of COVID-19 battle

For the last two months, the graduates of New Jersey’s vocational and technical high schools have been on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19, saluted by their communities as health care heroes. They...

N.J. to allow outdoor graduations — starting July 6 (UPDATED)

Gov. Phil Murphy announced the state will allow outdoor graduation ceremonies, beginning July 6, provided they comply with all social distancing regulations. Murphy said the state’s Department of Education and Office of the Secretary of...

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