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Triton teachers Nick Martinelli, Jeff Logandro & Dan Michielli
Triton teachers Nick Martinelli, Jeff Logandro & Dan Michielli (WCAU TV)
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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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Triton Principal Catherine DePaul (L) and Assistant Principal Jernee Kollock
Triton Principal Catherine DePaul (L) and Assistant Principal Jernee Kollock (WCAU TV)
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South Jersey Sex Scandal Shocker [AUDIO]

Three teachers and two administrators at Triton High School in Runnemede are facing criminal charges, and have been suspended, after the teachers allegedly engaged in sexual activity with three female students.

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Flickr User adamp1988
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New Jersey School Librarian Numbers Dwindle [AUDIO]

The school librarian is much more than just a keeper of the book collection in many New Jersey districts. But, these "information specialists" have been dwindling in numbers, another victim of budget cuts.

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Student Loan Default Figures Show Moderation

New Department of Education figures indicate the number of students struggling to pay back their loans is moderating. For-profit colleges continue to have the highest default rates but saw their numbers improve compared to last year.

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Survey Finds Many Students Believe The Cost Of College Is Worth It [AUDIO]

A survey of business majors at four-year colleges finds better than seven in ten are confident their higher education investment is worth the money.

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Bill to Help College Students Find Jobs Clears Another Hurdle

Legislation that would help college students find jobs by providing tax credits to employers who hire post-secondary students for internships has been released by the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Half Of Graduating Seniors Not Ready For College [AUDIO]

Is your child college ready? Findings released by the College Board show that half of graduating seniors who took a college entrance exam did not have all the skills they will need to succeed in college or career.

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NJ Schools Cutting Back On Homework [AUDIO]

Are kids getting too much homework these days? A new study by NJ Monthly magazine finds that some New Jersey towns are cutting back and trying new ideas to reduce stress.

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SAT Scores Plummet As More Students Take the ACT

The average national scores on two out of the three sections of the SAT exam, which is the standardized test students take in order to get into college, trended down for the class of 2012.

That could have to do with the fact more students in the class of '12 took the rival ACT exam than the SAT this year, the first time that has ever happened.

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Longer School Days And School Years In NJ Possible Under New Legislation [POLL/AUDIO]

Would you like it if your kids had longer school days and the school year was extended too? It's an idea that been kicked around in Trenton for years, but it seems to be picking up some momentum.

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