At Cyberbullying Conference, Experts and Educators Try to Define Line Between Texting and Trouble
A cyberbulling conference was held at Rutgers University Newark this week, where experts talked about the difficulties of drawing a legal line that determines if schools -- or parents -- are culpable in these cases.
Another Delay in Getting Electronic Health Records to First Responders
An attempt to institute a statewide system of access to electronic health records for emergency responders seems to have gone awry, according to this report in NJSpotlight.
Newark Tech Week: The Pumpkin Plan Hit the Brick City
On Wednesday April 3, Newark Tech Week kicked off with an event at the Rutgers Business School in conjunction with the Scarlet Startups meetup group. The meeting featured Mike Michalowicz who spoke about the Pumpkin Plan, a way successful companies who have hit a barrier to growth can spur growth by cultivating their best customers and cloning them.
Woodbury BOE Ditches Plan to Bring Rosetta Stone to Elementary Schools
The Woodbury N. J. Board of Education scrapped a plan that would have replaced elementary technology teachers with the Rosetta Stone world language program.
NJ Using Biometrics to Monitor Homeless Services
The State of New Jersey is putting in a pilot program that will use a biometrics data management system to monitor the use of homeless services, according to an article in Government Technology.