Hannan Adely, North Jersey News

Hannan Adely

North Jersey News

New Jersey, United States

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  • North Jersey News
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • MyCentralJersey
  • Daily Record
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • wusa9
  • thedailyjournal.com
  • 12NewsNow

Recent articles by Hannan:

'Any parent's worst nightmare:' Students in Jersey City locked down during fatal shootout

Students hunkered down for nearly four hours during a deadly shootout that left six people dead. → Read More

'I felt like I was going to die.' CIA detainee depicts torture in Seton Hall report

A CIA detainee's drawings detail the brutal reach of torture. They's show in a new Seton Hall report called "How America Tortures." → Read More

Bergen Community College president to retire, interim president named

A former philosophy professor who became president of Bergen Community College is retiring after a nearly 40-year career at the school. → Read More

Attracted by devout loyalty to God, more Latinos are leaving the Catholic Church for Islam

A mosque in Union City is home to a growing community of Latino Muslims. Here's why. → Read More

Fake news, guns and political rhetoric. Why fighting extremism is such a challenge

NJ leaders, former Homeland Security secretary talk about fake news, guns and political rhetoric as challenges to the fight against domestic extremism. → Read More

NJ releases latest state test scores. Which schools improved the most?

North Jersey's most affluent districts still ranked among the top performers on the New Jersey Learning Assessments, formerly called PARCC. → Read More

FBI report says hate crimes continued to rise in New Jersey for third consecutive year

The state saw 561 hate crimes last year, targeting people over ethnicity, race, faith and sexual identity. Here's how the numbers have changed. → Read More

Schools 'in a bind': Here are the decisions facing NJ schools as lunch debt becomes growing issue

Districts that are trying to collect unpaid food money from students' families are loudly criticized. Here's what's really happening. → Read More

New Jersey earns top marks on 'Nation's Report Card,' despite decline in test scores

New Jersey's scores on math and reading tests dropped, reflecting a national trend, but statewide averages were still among the best in the nation. → Read More

NJ takes step to reduce state testing in high school

New Jersey students will take fewer state exams in high school starting with the class of 2023. → Read More

Labeled terrorists in their homeland, hundreds of Turks seek asylum in New Jersey

About 500 Turks arrived in New Jersey amid a purge of people Turkey blames for a coup attempt in 2016. → Read More

Labeled terrorists in their homeland, hundreds of Turks are seeking asylum in New Jersey

About 500 Turks have come to New Jersey amid a purge of Gulen followers it blames for a 2016 coup attempt. The exiled cleric has denied any involvement. → Read More

How to get college scholarships: 6 tips for how and where to look

Counselors recommended narrowing the search by checking family networks and online programs to find offers that fit their backgrounds and skills. → Read More

Kashmir conflict causes tension in NJ suburbs ahead of prime minister's speech at UN

With India's leader due to speak at the UN on Friday, the state's South Asian communities are taking sides on a dispute thousands of miles away. → Read More

Out of the way, helicopter parents: Bulldozer parents mow down their child's every obstacle

The 'bulldozer' parent blasts away at obstacles in their child's life. But experts say the coddled child is missing out on key life lessons. → Read More

'Did you meet with terrorists?' NJ mayor says officers questioned him at airport, took his phone

Mohamed Khairullah, the long-time mayor of Prospect Park, was detained at JFK Airport and his phone was seized. → Read More

New Jersey first in nation to give all students access to arts education in public schools

New Jersey is the first state in the nation to provide arts education in every public school, officials said. → Read More

New Jersey students struggle to pass state tests

New Jersey students struggled to pass state exams in math and English, but those tests are on their way out of state schools. → Read More

NJ schools: 28 districts are getting money to expand pre-K. Is yours among them?

The state released $20 million in aid that was earmarked in Murphy's annual budget, which will fund pre-K seats for 1,450 children. → Read More

Back to school: 5 changes for the new school year in New Jersey

Some key issues in 2019-20 have been debated for many years. They include changes to school funding and litigation to remedy alleged segregation. → Read More