The state Economic Development Authority has cleared the way for developers to bring more than 600 housing units and a major retail project to the west side of Jersey City over the next several years.Read More »
It's a three-peat for Princeton University atop the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings. When the 2016 rankings were announced Wednesday, Princeton earned the No. 1 spot on the Best National Universities list for the third year in a row.Read More »
As the name might suggest, Campus Town is meant to serve both The College of New Jersey and Ewing Township.Read More »
Building block? Campus Town is latest public-private success story, but future of higher-ed program remains in jeopardy
Greg Lentine calls Campus Town a win-win, and it's not hard to see why.Read More »
Kevin McCabe is president of the The Carpenter Contractor Trust of New York and New Jersey. He’s been with the union since 2005 is a former commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.Read More »
A number of leaders from New Jersey’s academic and business communities will gather Friday morning at the Rutgers Business School in Newark in an effort to come up with new ways for the city to take advantage of public-private partnerships, particularly between its largest and smallest employers.Read More »
Of course, college is a place for higher learning, a place for young students to flirt with various disciplines and dip their toes into the waters of adulthood. It's also a serious financial investment. With this fact in mind, Payscale.com compiled a list of over 1,000 colleges and ranked them in order of the schools with the highest-paid...Read More »
The Teacher Incentive Fund was created by Congress in 2006 as a way to reward educators for improving student achievement and increase the number of high-performing teachers in high-need schools and hard-to-teach subjects.
Years later, one basic question emerged: Was it working?