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NJ State Comptroller Matt Boxer (Photo by David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
NJ State Comptroller Matt Boxer (Photo by David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Student Lunch Ripoff Revealed in Comptroller Report [AUDIO]

An investigation of 15 New Jersey school districts finds 109 public sector workers and their family members allegedly lied about their incomes on applications for federal school lunch programs, so their children could receive free or reduced-cost student lunches at school.

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Facebook's New Policy
Facebook
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Do Your Kids Know What They’re Doing on Facebook? [POLL/AUDIO]

With so much rain lately your kids are probably spending a lot of time indoors staring at a computer screen.

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Kid Outside
Flickr User Sebastiaan ter Burg
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Well-Being of NJ Children: A Mixed Bag [AUDIO]

New Jersey ranks fifth nationwide for the well-being of children, according to an annual report. While the ranking could be worse, the state recorded some disturbing numbers in certain categories.

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Flickr User Westmont Public Library
Flickr User Westmont Public Library
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NJ Parents Encouraged to Push Summer Reading [AUDIO]

Now that the majority of New Jersey students are out of school, parents are being urged to not let the kids completely space out this summer.

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School Kids
Flickr User Theodore Scott
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More Kids Go Hungry in Summer [AUDIO]

Hunger doesn't take a summer vacation. In fact, these few months can be very scary for low-income New Jersey families.

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Visitation Relief Center in Brick
Every Wednesday, the Visitation Relief Center in Brick hosts children affected by Superstorm Sandy. (Townsquare Media)
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Young Sandy Survivors Get Weekly Support [AUDIO]

In the areas hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy nearly eight months ago, young children continue to receive crisis counseling on a weekly basis.

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Anti-bullying in the workplace?
Flickr User artworksbytb
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Sibling Bullying Just As Damaging [AUDIO]

It's not uncommon for siblings to argue, tease and even get physical on occasion, but new research finds bullying and aggressive behavior by a sibling can be just as damaging as bullying by a classmate or peer.

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School Bus
Flickr user: Bsabarnowl
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Cameras Would Catch Drivers Who Disregard Bus Stop Signs [AUDIO]

When a school bus pulls off to the side of the road, flashes its lights and a stop sign pops out, most New Jersey drivers obey the law and come to a complete stop, but a small number of motorists ignore the warning, swerve around the bus and continue down the road.

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Seat belt
Flickr User CLDoyle
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Should School Buses in NJ Have Shoulder Belts Too? [AUDIO]

Citing recent school bus accidents in Old Bridge, including one in which several students were injured, State Senator Sam Thompson is introducing legislation which would require all new school buses in New Jersey to include three-point lap and shoulder seat belts.

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suburban NJ home
Flickr User Wootang01
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Poverty Spreading To New Jersey’s Suburbs [AUDIO]

More children are living in poverty in every corner of the Garden State, including the wealthiest counties.

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