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A new platform from the state's Department of Labor and Workforce Development and a nonprofit partner is giving unprecedented insights into public works wages and compliance with prevailing wage laws.
Plus, a cross-agency partnership in New Jersey is working to get more residents enrolled in affordable broadband programs, North Carolina is looking for participation in digital equity services, and more.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will name a 19-member panel of education leaders, parents, students and others to study the effects of social media and make recommendations for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Gloucester County is considering adding GPS tracking either to police radios that are worn by officers or to their body-worn cameras, said one municipal police chief in the county.
New Jersey could avoid 3,290 deaths and generate $36 billion in public health benefits by transitioning to electric vehicles by 2050, according to a report by the American Lung Association.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced a partnership with the mental health platform Uwill to provide round-the-clock virtual services to students at 44 higher-education institutions, both private and public.
Fears about misinformation, AI hallucinations, cheating and the long-term undermining of education persist, but college students and professors are finding AI useful for administrative tasks and tutoring.
Reported glitches and loopholes in Apple’s parental screen time monitors are bad for both parents and for their kids, a New Jersey congressman said at a recent event.
Plus, more states announce new broadband deployment funding, the White House launches a $1.5 billion innovation fund related to the telecommunications supply chain, and more.
State officials marked International Transgender Day of Visibility last week with the launch of the first version of its new centralized information hub to support transgender and non-binary constituents.