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Boys & Girls Club Launches New Program

As back-to-school season kicks off, we are reminded of the thousands of students who are falling behind due to a lack of basic tools - inside and outside the classroom.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie Signs Changes To NJ Higher Education [VIDEO]

Governor Christie says the higher education restructuring bill he's signed into law will produce big benefits for the Garden State.

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NJ Lawmaker Calls for ‘Financial Aid Shopping Sheets’

How much will one year of college cost?  State Senator Barbara Buono has introduced legislation that would give families that information by requiring four-year colleges to provide a "financial aid shopping sheet" to students as part of their financial aid package.

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Flickr User Wohnai
Flickr User Wohnai
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How Much Do NJ College Students Pay For Textbooks? [AUDIO]

Getting ready for back to school? College students and their parents should expect higher textbook prices in New Jersey this year.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Governor Christie And NJEA Make Peace For A Day [VIDEO]

For years, Governor Christie has been feuding with the NJEA, but at least for a day, he's buried the hatchet.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Recent College Grads Suffer Major Remorse [AUDIO]

Are you a recent college grad suffering from major remorse?

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Teacher Contract Talks Expected To Yield Concessions [AUDIO]

With the local 2 percent property tax cap and the slow economy, some tough bargaining is taking place for teachers in many local school districts.

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Lighting Up New Jersey Classrooms

The idea is to promote energy efficient lighting upgrades in public and private schools across New Jersey.  The Christie Administration has launched a new initiative which would do just that.  A total of $6 million has been allocated to pay project costs, which will be available to participants on a first come, first served basis.

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New Jersey Students Say Schoolwork Is Too Easy [POLL/AUDIO]

Do schools do enough to challenge our kids? A new study from the Center For American Progress finds that New Jersey students say schoolwork is far too easy.

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How Can You Prevent Summer Learning Loss? [AUDIO]

The lazy days of summer can take on a whole new meaning for students who can actually suffer learning loss when their minds aren't engaged in academic activities.

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