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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie Hopes To Restart Public School Reforms

Governor Chris Christie says he believes he has a good shot at making significant changes to public schools because the Legislature seems to have the political will to vote on proposals that stalled last year.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Gov. Christie: Two Outta Three Ain’t Bad, It’s Good [POLL]

In his State of the State Address to the State legislature on January 11, Governor Chris Christie set some very ambitious goals.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie’s Biggest Regret in 2011: Education Reform

Gov. Chris Christie says not getting his proposed education reforms through the Legislature is his biggest regret of 2011.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Christie Says Education Reform Measures Are Moving Forward [AUDIO]

Earlier this Fall, Governor Christie announced education reform was his top priority for the rest of this year, and he demanded the Legislature pass a series of education reform measures that he proposed.

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Steve Sweeney
Senate President Steve Sweeney (nj.gov)
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The Fight Against Education Reform Just Got Tougher

Fifty-six percent of New Jersey schools missed the benchmark for student achievement, according to educational officials. That means fifty-six percent of our public schools did not have enough students passing state tests to meet their targets. To anyone outside the Education Cartel, that is not good news. Inside the establishment, it's Ho Hum. Failure, schmailure, so long as we keep our nice jobs.

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NJ State House in Trenton (Townsquare Media)
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Will Governor Christie’s Education Reforms Move in Lame Duck? [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie says the lame duck session is the time to advance his education agenda so a child's zip code doesn't dictate their academic destiny, but his proposals don't have the full backing of State Senate President Steve Sweeney.

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