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?
The former Trenton Times building in Trenton will become a school after its purchase by a Utah company, according to real estate firm Segal LaBate Commercial Real Estate.Read More »
Marlon Addison took time out of his schedule to speak to a room of William Paterson University business students on a Wednesday morning earlier this month. It's not as though he considers it a donation of his valuable time, either. It's a part of doing business.Read More »
Things are about to get even easier for honors students who hope to transfer from Raritan Valley Community College to Drew University: Both schools will be entering an agreement to provide seamless credit transfer and scholarship funds to RVCC's Honors Program graduates who wish to pursue a baccalaureate at Drew.Read More »
A judge has ruled that Stockton University can find a new buyer for the former Showboat Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, allowing it to move ahead after a deal with developer Glenn Straub stalled earlier this year.Read More »
CarePoint Health announced Friday that CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center will launch a new general surgery residency program.Read More »
Stevens Institute of Technology has received a $250,000 grant from the PSEG Foundation to be put toward the completion of the university's SURE HOUSE, which is the school's entry into the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon competition.Read More »
Paulina M. Grabczak does not fit the profile of a typical lobbyist. Young, female and lacking a political birthright, she could be emblematic of where the lobbying field is heading.Read More »
SpeakEasy is a running feature in NJBIZ in which we recap presentations given by key business leaders around the state at one of New Jersey’s many conferences and events. This report is based on a keynote speech delivered by Eleanor Carmeli, a diversity markets manager for Google, at the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s...Read More »