Police in Ridgewood, N.J. this weekend were searching for suspects in two separate luring incidents involving schoolchildren.
A New York Civil Liberties Union study released Tuesday said African-American and low-income youth — particularly those with special needs — are arrested in city public schools on a disproportionate basis.
You might think that it would be the Westside Highway during rush hour, or a busy subway platform on a summer day, but researchers have declared Hunter College High School the saddest place in Manhattan.
Some students are skipping meals and losing nutrition at Stony Brook University, and the concern has reached the point where the school has launched a campus effort to curb hunger.
Newtown, Conn., was the scene of a horrific school shooting last year, but on Sunday, a group of middle school students from the town experienced something dreams are made of.
Students at Stevens Tech were working on a high-tech living space dubbed “Eco-Habit” as part of a competition sponsored by the Department of Energy.
When students return to school after summer break, they may find it a lot harder to get their hands on so-called “study drugs.”
Six special needs students were hospitalized Monday after a school bus and another vehicle collided in Newark.
It was a sad and disappointing day for some major donors to Rutgers University Friday, after athletic director Tim Pernetti resigned in the wake of the Mike Rice player abuse scandal.
Students from around the world were in New York City this weekend for a robotics competition billed as a “varsity sport of the mind.”
Months after Cooper Union students held a sit-in to protest a plan to end free tuition for graduate students, published reports said the school’s board is set to vote on a plan that could require tuition for all students.
The family of Tyler Clementi will join leaders at Rutgers University and elected officials Monday to dedicate a new center named after the Rutgers student, who killed himself after his roommate used a webcam to see him having an intimate encounter with another man.
Students who survived the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown will soon return to classes at another school in Monroe, and many have been experiencing anxiety.
Students at Cooper Union this weekend continued to fight against a move from a free education to a tuition-based model with a march from Washington Square Park to the school’s East Village campus.
It was back to school Monday for hundreds of New Jersey children who had been out of class since Superstorm Sandy hit. But because of flood damage, children in Little Ferry were sent to a school nearly half an hour away in Lyndhurst.