See where NJCU is ranked in the Master’s Universities category by state and what institutions we outrank in New Jersey; you can also sort the Master’s Universities category by numerical rank and name. The entire College Guide, covering many more groupings, is here while explanations of methodologies and other features are also available.
In light of the restoration of full diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, it might be beneficial to review salient documents that inform the past; these are volumes from the Foreign Relations of the United States series specifically devoted to Cuba: Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958–1960, Cuba, Volume VI; Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961–1963, Volume X, Cuba, January 1961–September 1962; Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961–1963, American Republics; Cuba 1961–1962; Cuban Missile Crisis and Aftermath, Volumes X/XI/XII, Microfiche Supplement; Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961–1963, Volume XI, Cuban Missile Crisis and Aftermath; and Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964–1968, Volume XXXII, Dominican Republic; Cuba; Haiti; Guyana. Other mentions of Cuba in FRUS series can be found here.
More than 60 photos, courtesy of The Jersey Journal, are online for your perusal.
Recent newsworthy activities at Kean, Montclair and Stockton universities, along with a seemingly endless proliferation of duplicative programs across the state, have resulted in a bill (S 2165) passed by both legislative houses that “Requires Secretary of Higher Education to adopt new comprehensive master plan within six months and every seven years thereafter.” An editorial from The Bergen Record should also be perused.
In June, the state had released a report detailing the effectiveness of teachers; many were disappointed that the numbers were reported in the aggregate. Now, an interactive evaluation database has been produced (thanks to NJ Spotlight) that results in ratings being broken down to the school district/school level. The data is alphabetically arranged by the name of the district; the school breakdowns then follow. At the end of each district’s evaluation you can find a total numbers for the district as a whole. (N.B. Principal numbers are included as well). You can also do a search for a school district rather than scroll through the almost 3000 entries. Some of the results have been suppressed, in some cases making information impossible to ascertain; the explanation for that is here.
Here it is. And what does it mean? For those answers, try: CNN; Issue Guide: Iran Nuclear Talks (Council on Foreign Relations); 6 Things You Need To Know About the Iran Nuclear Deal (NPR); Iran Profile (Nuclear Threat Initiative); and the White House. Also, read the Iran Deal in 200 Words from The New York Times and the Triumph of Nuclear Diplomacy from the International Crisis Group, ranked among the top think tanks in the world.