Classroom Close-Up, NJ

Classroom Close-up, NJ is a half-hour television program that features innovative projects in New Jersey public schools. The 12-time Emmy® award-winning show is in its 21st season and airs on NJTV every Sunday at 7:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Wednesdays at 11:30 p.m.; and Saturdays at 5:30 a.m. The show is sponsored by PSE&G  The show is the only half-hour program in the country devoted to featuring the positive things happening in public schools. Here you can watch current shows, search for stories that have aired the past two decades, check out the video contest, become a fan, view the photo gallery, and check out the schedule and monthly guide.

Schedule  Where to Watch Monthly Guide 

Coming up...

This Sunday. March 3, there is “Something Fishy” at Van Holten Elementary in Bridgewater; students are raising trout in the classroom!  Also, check out the live newscast produced by the crew of Robert R. Lazar Middle School!  And do not miss Clayton Middle and High School students experiencing life lessons through a service learning project called CLIPS TRIPS – Citizenship Leads into Personal Success. And see an encore performance by Julio Fernandez, jazz guitarist for Spyro Gyra, when he returns to his high school in Hoboken for an award-winning visit.  Watch on NJTV!




National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Student Television Awards 
One on One with Steve Adubato 
Meet the Crew
 CCU in the News

Photo Gallery

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