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Would You Live in a City For Student Loan Reduction? [AUDIO]

A New Jersey lawmaker is pushing a plan to help college graduates pay off a portion of their student loans by living in struggling urban areas for a few years.

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Bill Would Prevent Double-Dipping Among Retired School Administrators [AUDIO]

Retired school administrators who return to public employment would no longer be able to continue to collect their retirement benefits in addition to their salaries under a bill that's been introduced by Assemblyman Ralph Caputo.

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Flickr User Kevin Lawver
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Are NJ Preschools Letting Our Kids Down? [AUDIO]

New Jersey gets high marks for its preschool program, but a new report finds we can and should do better.

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Paterson Girls Plead Not Guilty to Video Threats

Two northern New Jersey girls accused of threatening to kill their seventh-grade classmates in a video posted online have pleaded not guilty to making terroristic threats.

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NJ Teacher Fired for Urinating in Classroom Trash

A second-grade teacher has been fired for insubordination and inappropriate behavior, including urinating in his northern New Jersey classroom.

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Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi
Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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Rutgers Prez Gives Merger Guarantee [AUDIO]

The deadline to seal the deal on the Rutgers-University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) merger is right around the corner.

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Student Loan Interest Rates Could Double [AUDIO]

Interest rates on government-subsidized Stafford loans could increase from 3.4 to 6.8 percent this summer, unless Congress acts to stop the change.

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Facebook, Marlboro K-8 School District
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NJ Schools Seeing Net State Aid Decrease, Report

An advocacy group says nearly 300 New Jersey school districts could see their total aid from the state decline because of a rising surcharge under Gov. Chris Christie's proposed state budget.

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All NJ School Districts Soon Face Online Test Requirement [AUDIO]

All New Jersey public school students, in grades three through 11, will soon be taking their annual math and language arts common core tests online.

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Flat-Rate Tuition Saving Students Time, Money [AUDIO]

Students looking ahead to college, and their parents, may not be aware of an easy way to save some cash.

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