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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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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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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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Tuition Worries at NJ County Colleges [AUDIO]

Four-year universities in New Jersey have become less of an "automatic" for students exiting high school.

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Lawmakers Seek To Delay Standardized Tests

Two Assemblywomen are looking to delay or cancel New Jersey's standardized testing this year.

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Tetra Images, Getty Images
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More College Help For Returning NJ Veterans [AUDIO]

The State Military and Veterans' Affairs Department says there is help for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan who seek to continue their education.

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NJ’s High School Graduation Rate Climbs To 86%

The Garden State’s high school graduation rate increased from 83% in 2011 to 86% in 2012, the second year the state is using new federal methodology for calculating the graduation rate. Meanwhile, School Improvement Grant (SIG) schools undergoing intensive turnarounds with the support of the New Jersey Department of Education on the whole made significant gains over the past two years.

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Flickr User Jim, the Photographer
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NJ’s High School Graduation Rate Drops [AUDIO]

Once the highest in the nation, New Jersey's high-school graduation rate takes a big drop.

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NJ Charter School Association Facebook
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Study Finds NJ Charter Schools Outperform Public Schools [AUDIO]

New Jersey charter schools are outperforming traditional public schools.

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Are NJ Charter Schools Better Than Public Schools?

A new Stanford University study finds New Jersey charter schools significantly outperform their public school peers with similar backgrounds on most standardized tests.

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