Author: Hannan Adely

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What will happen to thousands of students who are getting ready to graduate, now that court says testing requirements were illegal?        ... [Read More]
Asian Americans who claim they face bias in college admissions have a new ally in the Trump administration. [Read More]
With higher median incomes and job growth, New Jersey economy is on an upswing. But poverty and inequality remains widespread. [Read More]
More teachers are embracing text messaging as classroom tools, often encouraged by students and parents, but with safeguards.        ... [Read More]
The rules discourage use of expulsions and suspensions, which critics say increase the risk of dropping out and single out children of color. [Read More]
Ahmed Abdel-Basit, a high school physics teacher, never lost faith in the U.S. justice system. He had faced the death penalty in Egypt. [Read More]
More than 60 percent of students who graduated from college in New Jersey last year carry student debt, with an average load of $31,000.      ... [Read More]
U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin holds a 'Girls Night Out' and rebukes his past stance on women joining Princeton club.        ... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Murphy said the transition away from the controversial PARCC testing could take years        ... [Read More]
North Jersey students say they aren't going to let summer break halt the activism that they have maintained since the Parkland shooting in February.      ... [Read More]
New Jersey families with ties to the affected countries say the ban will permanently separate them from family members overseas.        ... [Read More]
Thousands of Muslims gathered at parks in Bergen and Passaic counties to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday that marks the end of Ramadan.       ... [Read More]
The women, each of whom was wearing a hijab, or Islamic head scarf, say they were pulled out of line and searched in full view... [Read More]
No one wanted violence, but the state's Jewish and Muslim communities had different reactions to the U.S. Embassy's move to Jerusalem.        ... [Read More]
Paterson's schools have been under state control since 1991. The move follows the return of local control to schools in Newark and Jersey City. [Read More]
Syrian-Americans in the region expressed concern, skepticism or support following airstrikes in Syria.        ... [Read More]
Syrian-Americans expressed concern, skepticism or support following airstrikes in Syria.        ... [Read More]
Student-led marches across New Jersey are part of the national March for Our Lives protests against gun violence.        ... [Read More]
Every North Jersey school district got a boost in state aid, but with a wide range of year-to-year change. [Read More]
Schools in Ocean and Monmouth counties are set to get millions of dollars in new school aid. Here's what you should know.        ... [Read More]
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