Long and Costly Process to Fire NJ Teachers: From the Newsroom
Fire that teacher! That was the reaction from most New Jerseyans after hearing audio recordings of a teacher and an aide mocking and swearing at a ten year-old autistic boy. It’s not as easy as that. Terminating a teacher takes a long time, costs a lot of money and in the end the teacher everyone feels should be fired might never be fired anyway.
- The process to fire a tenure teacher in New Jersey isn't an easy one.
- The teacher allegedly caught on tape berating an autistic child goes on the defense.
- Governor Chris Christie says more money is being spent on New Jersey roads. How will that affect you this summer?
- Parents of special needs children face many challenges.
- Go on, write Governor Chris Christie a letter. He says his office responds to most letters and e-mails.
- More students are choosing to skip college due to the high cost of education.
- No matter how many times they get caught, New Jersey politicians are still getting their hands dirty.
- An independent filmaker comes back to New Jersey for movie shoot.
- Gas prices continue to decrease. But will the trend continue for summer?
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Yesterday's poll asked you if you snoop on your teenagers' Facebook page. Over 80% of you said yes!