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Longer Days Only For Underperforming Schools [POLL/AUDIO]

While Gov. Chris Christie supports the idea of a longer school day and expanded school calendar for students, he clarified Thursday that the concept is aimed only at underperforming schools.

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NJ Budget Panel Hears About Longer School Days [POLL/AUDIO]

Schools in New Jersey's poorest performing districts will be competing for $5 million to implement a pilot program with longer school days and longer school years if one of Gov. Chris Christie's Fiscal Year 2015 state budget proposals is approved.

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Gov. Chris Christie Holds Town Hall Meeting
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Christie: Longer School Day, Year Only For Worst Schools

Gov. Chris Christie has assured a 10th grader attending Thursday's town hall meeting that his proposal to extend the school day and year won't affect her.

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Would You Trade a Longer School Day for No Homework? [POLL]

Governor Christie has been touting the benefit of a longer school day and year. He first brought it up at his state of the state address and may talk more about tomorrow night on “Ask The Governor.”

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Does NJ Need a Panel to Study an Extended School Day? [POLL]

Both Governor Christie and the Democrats agree that NJ should look at extending the school day and possible year.How they want to go about it though, is very different.

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