Vincent Serpico told the students that he wouldn't get in trouble for the tirade "because nobody cares."
Vincent Serpico, a teacher who taught at Piscataway High School since 2009, heard music on a boom box in a boys' bathroom. He deemed the lyrics "offensive" and ended up going off on special education students citing the song by yelling the the N-word and profanities. He has been fired.
"On April 8th, 2017, Al Alvarez raped me. On April 9th, 2017, I learned that the system is broken," Katie Brennan said in a statement.
A scandal touches Trenton, as the former chief of staff of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, Albert J. Alvarez, steps down from his $140,000-a-year job after being accused of sexual assault.
"The comments made on that recording are appalling," said Gov. Phil Murphy.
Akbar Cook is the epitome of what an educator should look like.
Attiyya Barrett, the group's leader, said there were "white girls unattended and playing with items, and they were not asked to leave."
An employee at the Jenkinson's Aquarium gift shop on the Jersey Shore, who told a group of young Black girls to leave, is now out of a job.
Judi Franco and Dennis Malloy under fire for slur against New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.
WKXW-FM hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco have been suspended for 10 days on Thursday for calling the nation's first Sikh attorney general "turban man." The slur was used to describe New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal while the bigoted pair was on air on Wednesday.
Larry "Sincere" Bouie's family and BLM activists are seeking answers in yet another police shooting of an unarmed Black man.
Black Lives Matter protesters and a man's loved ones are looking for answers after an unidentified female police officer shot an unarmed Black man in the abdomen on Saturday night. The man survived the shooting and was in critical condition over the weekend.
New research, confirmed by existing psychological data, concluded that minority children are more likely to be held to adult standards than white children.
Black and Hispanic minors in New Jersey are far more likely to be prosecuted as adults than those in other groups, according to a new analysis of court records by WNYC. Further, far more Black and Hispanic youths are given adult sentences or, in some cases, sent to adult prisons.
His NJ experience was pivotal in sparking his activism.
Complaints include supervisors using racial slurs, with one putting a noose around a worker's neck.
Judge closes "gay conversion therapy" saying views on homosexuality are scientifically discredited, "like the notion that the Earth is flat and the sun revolves around it."
A New Jersey judge last month handed down a landmark decision that marked the first time a U.S. court found that homosexuality is not a disease or disorder.