Common Core Standards, Online Testing Continue to Gain Ground in NJ

While a few states are getting cold feet about the new Common Core State Standards and the online testing they entail, most New Jersey politicians are concerned chiefly about costs and are waiting -- none too patiently -- for more details from the Christie administration. Via NJSpotlight.

Franklin's Griggstown Preserve Goes Hi Tech With Geocache Trail

The Griggstown Native Grassland Preserve Geotrail was launched in late October as a partnership between Franklin Township and The Northern New Jersey Cachers, a group of geocache enthusiasts who volunteered their time, expertise and assistance.

U.S. Secretary of Education spotlights West Caldwell Tech as model for nation

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan congratulated West Caldwell tech's teachers, students and staff as he presented them as a model for the School Improvement Grant program that provided $2.7 million to fund the changes.

Cyberschool Offers Teachers Online Lessons to Prepare for Common Core

The New Jersey Educator Resource Exchange website launched this week. It provides more than 2,000 resources for teachers such as lesson plans, activities, videos and assessments for teaching to the common core.

Westfield Board of Ed Talks About Technology Upgrades

The Westfield Board of Education heard about tech upgrades needed for the district at its November meeting.

NYConvergence Advertisement
Sponsored Links
Small Business Employee Benefits—Free Gift With New Quote

Sign Up for New Jersey Tech Weekly’s E-mail Newsletter!

Don't miss out on exclusive content, important recaps and much more!