Local Services in West Berlin, NJ

It is with deep regret that we announce the postponement of the June/July leg of the BOZ SCAGGS “Out Of The Blues” tour due to health reasons. Boz has been advised by his doctors that he cannot tour at this time. Unfortunately, he can no longer perform at the Camden County Freedom Festival on 4th of ... More

The idea of delivering internet connectivity to students and communities via buses has been around for years. But over the past few years, the scale of those efforts has increased as the mobile tech hubs have been transformed.

The ISTE 2019 annual ed-tech conference in Philadelphia June 23-26 will feature at least a half a dozen sessions that mention "Alexa" in their titles.

A Tennessee middle school principal talks frankly about his learning curve when he started out as a school leader and gives candid advice to his peers who are brand new to the job. This is the first in a series of four interviews with experienced principals.

The International Society for Technology in Education will draw thousands of teachers, school administrators, and researchers from across the world to its annual conference in Philadelphia.

Camden County Prepared for Approaching Storm System. Freeholder Meeting Rescheduled to June 25th
The Camden County Department of Public Works, Office of Emergency Management and Department of Public Safety are closely monitoring a storm system bringing scattered severe thunderstorms to our area this afternoon. In less than eight hours from the end of this morning’s historic storm system that created more than five inches of rain…

The West Virginia House of Delegates passed its version of a sweeping education omnibus bill, which would allow the state's first charter schools.

A five-part series on mistakes made by school administrators is wrapped-up today with commentaries from Dr. Lynell Powell, Stuart Ablon, Alisha Pollastri, Diane Mora and many comments from readers

My school tried its best at restorative justice, but we needed something more than good intentions: resources and training, writes former teacher Allison Fried.

Hundreds of districts are still climbing out of the recession but many more may decide to boost teachers' pay, pay down debt or address deferred maintenance costs.