Gov. Phil Murphy renewed his call for educators to work to return students to the classroom as quickly as possible.
State officials recently warned that the increase of coronavirus variants in the Garden State is an issue they are monitoring.
The Road Forward plan is four coordinated initiatives, focused on assisting students and educators in the Spring, next school year and beyond.
For the weekend of Feb. 20 and 21, the state reported 4,485 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 76 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 766,405 and 22,858.
The chairs of the independent 9/11 commission want a similar blue-ribbon panel to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
As bipartisan calls mounted in North Jersey, the New Jersey Department of Education postponed the statewide assessment tests to no earlier than April 5.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the capacity limit would be increased to various indoor gatherings—including dining—in New Jersey effective Feb. 5.
The legislation would expand a current program across the state and establish health emergencies protocols going forward.
Over the weekend, the state reported 8,459 new COVID-19 cases and 103 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 696,829 and 21,448.
On Jan. 20, the state reported 4,582 new COVID-19 cases and 122 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 641,140 and 20,664.
Sen. Bob Menendez reaffirmed his promise to fight for The Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act.
State officials announced 2,745 new COVID-19 cases reported and 21 confirmed new deaths on Dec. 28.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is part of a Congressional group from both houses and parties proposing a $908 billion coronavirus stimulus bill.
NJDOE would be required to compile and report on student progress and break the data up into ethic, racial and socioeconomic categories.