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Senator Diane Allen (L) and Stuart Chaifetz
Senator Diane Allen (L) and Stuart Chaifetz (Senate Republicans)
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Firing A Tenured NJ Teacher Would Be Easier Under New Legislation

In response to several recent incidents of physical and emotional intimidation of students at the hands of school staff both in New Jersey and across the country, State Senator Diane Allen is proposing legislation that will speed the disciplinary process for teachers and other school officials found to have engaged in bullying, intimidation, or harassment of students.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Cherry Hill Dad Of Autistic Boy Won’t Release More Audio

The Cherry Hill father who secretly recorded his autistic son's verbal abuse at school said he's decided to hold off on releasing more audio to the media.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Cherry Hill Dad Of Bullied Autistic Boy Holds Press Conference At Home

The Cherry Hill father who secretly recorded his autistic son's verbal abuse at school held a press conference at his home today.

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Stuart Chaifetz
Stuart Chaifetz (YouTube)
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Stuart Chaifetz Is Hopeful There Will Be Justice [AUDIO/POLL]

The South Jersey father who discovered his 10 year old autistic son had been verbally abused at school - after he had to boy wear a wire - says he won't release any more recorded segments for the time being.

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Bully Teachers Should Be Fired Pronto, Says NJ Lawmaker [AUDIO/POLL]

After hearing audio recordings of a teacher and an aide mocking and swearing at a ten year-old autistic boy most New Jerseyans feel the teacher should be fired immediately.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Boy Takes Bullying Problem Straight To Governor Christie [VIDEO/POLL]

Bullying took center stage during Governor Christie's latest town hall in Bergen County.

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Stuart-Chaifetz
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Cherry Hill Father Reveals Why He Has Not Released More Audio Of Austic Bullying

Cherry Hill father Stuart Chaifetz will hold a press conference on Thursday at his home to explain his next step regarding  accusations of teachers  bullying his 10 year autistic son.

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Cherry Hill Dad Has Yet To Release More Autistic Bullying Audio [VIDEO]

Cherry Hill father Stuart Chaifetz  made two national television appearances today to discuss the bullying of his autistic son in a Cherry Hill classroom but has yet to release further audio.

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Stuart Chaifetz on CNN
Stuart Chaifetz on CNN (CNN)
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Cherry Hill Father Delays Release Of More Audio Of Autistic Bullying [VIDEO]

Stuart Chaifetz is delaying the promised release of additional audio of his son being bullied by teachers inside a Cherry Hill classroom.

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Horace Mann Intermediate School
Horace Mann Intermediate School (Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Cherry Hill Education Officials Break Silence On Bullying Of Autistic Boy

Cherry Hill education officials broke their silence on Friday to clarify the status of the staff heard speaking inappropriately in the classroom of the 10 year old autistic son on an audio recording made by parent Stuart Chaifetz.

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