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NJ Schools Have A Textbook Shortage Says Senator

The Co-Chair of the Joint Legislative Committee on the Public Schools wants the State to look into the lack of textbooks for urban students, and says that he would be willing to introduce legislation if necessary to require schools to purchase enough textbooks so that each student can get their own.

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Judge Rejects Camden School District Transfer Request

A New Jersey judge has rejected a petition brought by parents who asked to move three students immediately out of the Camden public schools.

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NJ Has Third-Highest In-State Tuition Costs, Report Indicates

The cost of higher education continues to grow.

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NJ Senate Boss Lays Out Vision For The Future [AUDIO]

Last week, Chris Christie laid out his plan for the rest of the year. Now, the man who may run against him for Governor next year has done the same thing.

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Camden Parents Ask Judge To Move Kids Out Of School [AUDIO]

A group of parents in Camden are petitioning a judge to immediately allow their children to be transferred to new schools because the one they're attending is so bad, it doesn't provide a thorough and efficient education - something required by the state Constitution.

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NJ Leaders Push Higher-Ed Bond Question Ahead Of Election [AUDIO]

New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a higher-education bond question on the November ballot that will allow the state to borrow $750 million to fund construction projects at the state's colleges and universities. Its an issue that has bipartisan support, but in the end its up to you.

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Teacher Throws Student Out of Class for Waearing Romney – Ryan Shirt [POLL]

A 16 year old Philadelphia High School girl wearing a Mitt Romney was asked to leave her Philadelphia High School classroom by a teacher who compared it to the KKK.

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Most NJ Voters Don’t Know State Wants To Borrow $750 Million [AUDIO]

Did you know that in a ballot question next month you'll be asked if it's okay for the State of New Jersey to borrow $750 million for college and university infrastructure?

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NJ Lotto Winnings Could Help Fund After-School Programs

State Senators Ron Rice and Jim Whelan strongly believe after-school programs are vital and they’re working to together to come up with a new way to pay for them. The lawmakers have introduced legislation to create a dedicated funding mechanism for after-school programs for at-risk kids from a 0.5% surcharge on any New Jersey Lottery winnings of $600 or more.

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Runnemede Residents React To High School Sex Scandal [AUDIO]

The investigation continues in Camden County after three teachers at Triton High School in Runnemede were charged with engaging in sexual activity with three female students.

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