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Spelling Bee
Spelling Bee (Flickr User Howard County Library System)
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Spelling, Writing Skills Damaged by Technology [AUDIO]

Is the ability to write and spell well a dying art?   One expert warns we may be allowing technology to replace skills that we should sharpen for school and careers.

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Classroom (Flickr User: austinevan)
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NJSBA Urges State to Put Brakes on Cyber-Charters

The New Jersey School Boards Association is calling on the state to wait until comprehensive guidelines are established before considering the approval of applications for virtual charter schools.

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Are NJ Schools Overrun with Advertisements?

Schools nationwide are feeling the pinch and many districts are using advertising as a way to control costs.  While the idea hasn't taken off completely in New Jersey, we are seeing more local businesses putting their names on football field scoreboards and in yearbooks across the state.

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American Kids Get “Third-World Education,” Says Romney [VIDEO]

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney says American children are getting "a third-world education" because the system is failing them.

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Senator Diane Allen and Stuart Chaifetz
SenateNJ.com
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Bully Tenured Teachers Would Be Fired Easier Under NJ Legislation [AUDIO]

By now, most of you have heard about the Cherry Hill Public School District teacher after the incident where audio recordings revealed teachers mocking and swearing at a ten year-old autistic boy.

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Paint Brushes
Flickr User Kara Allyson
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Fewer NJ Students Taking Art Classes in School [AUDIO]

Student enrollment in art classes is dropping at Jersey Schools.

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NJ 3rd Graders Asked To Disclose Secrets On State Exam [EXCLUSIVE/POLL]

Some Garden State parents are furious after learning their 3rd graders were asked during the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge exam, NJ ASK, to disclose a secret about their lives - and why it's hard to keep.

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High Technology High School
High Technology High School (Monmouth County Vocational School District )
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Two Monmouth Schools Named Best In Nation

Two Monmouth County high schools have made U.S. News & World Report's ranking of the top 100 in the country.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Boy Takes Bullying Problem Straight To Governor Christie [VIDEO/POLL]

Bullying took center stage during Governor Christie's latest town hall in Bergen County.

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Parent Portal
Parent Portal log-in (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Parent Portals Growing In Popularity In School Districts [AUDIO]

The parents of students from several schools around the shore now have 24/7 access to their child's progress online.

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