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Many NJ Teachers Wary of New Evaluations, Study Shows

School administrators in New Jersey districts that tested a new ways to evaluate teachers are bullish on the changes, but teachers remain skeptical, according to a report from Rutgers University.

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Tyler Clementi Center Opens at Rutgers

Vulnerable youth making the transition from home to college now have a place to turn at Rutgers University.  Administrators and student leaders joined with the Clementi family today to announce the opening of the Tyler Clementi Center, named after the former Rutgers student who committed suicide after his roommate used a web cam to spy on him.

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NJ Education Commissioner Chris Cerf (NJ Department of Education)
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Punishment of Tenafly, East Brunswick School Bullies Upheld

New Jersey's education commissioner has upheld the punishments against the first two students whose parents challenged the state's tough new anti-bullying law.

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Many College Grads Overqualified For Their Job [AUDIO]

A new study shows almost half of Americans with college degrees are in jobs for which they are overqualified.

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Embattled Elizabeth School Board President Resigns

The president of the Elizabeth board of education has resigned after being charged with stealing from the free school lunch program by filing false applications for her own children.

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New Teacher Evaluation System Set To Launch In 2014 [AUDIO]

A new statewide system for evaluating teachers and principals is set to launch next year.

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NJ Teacher Who Literally Threw Book at Student is Back from Suspension

An Atlantic City High School teacher returns to class Tuesday following a 120-day suspension for throwing a book that hit a student in the head.

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Rutgers Sees Modest Economic Gain from Sandy

Economists at Rutgers University are estimating that Superstorm Sandy will have a net positive effect on New Jersey's economy assuming the state pulls in at least $25 billion for recovery and reconstruction.

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Bill to Help College Students Find Work Advances

Employers who hire college students for internships would receive tax credits under legislation that's been approved by the State Assembly.  The measure is sponsored by Assembly Democrats Craig Coughlin, Pamela Lampitt, Cleopatra Tucker and Daniel Benson.

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After What Happened In CT, Are NJ Schools Safe? [AUDIO]

In the wake of the tragic school shooting rampage in Connecticut, Jersey parents are voicing concerns about school safety in the Garden State.

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