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NJ Releases School Aid Plan

New Jersey's Education Department has released its plan for how much state aid each school district would get in Gov. Chris Christie's proposed state budget.

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NJ Not Renewing Two Charter Schools

New Jersey's Education Department has decided to close two charter schools after the current school year and is still considering the fate of a third.

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NJ Offers Schools Post-Disaster Grants

The New Jersey Department of Education says it will distribute $1.25 million in grants to help schools that were hit hard by Superstorm Sandy last year.

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Dennis Scott (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
Dennis Scott (NJ Office of the Attorney General)
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Ex-NJ Education Dept. Worker Sentenced in Money Order Scheme

A former clerk at New Jersey's Education Department has been sentenced to 364 days in jail for stealing money orders sent by teachers in payment for teaching certificates.

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Perth Amboy Schools
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Jim Talks To Perth Amboy School Superintendent Dr. Janine Walker Caffrey [AUDIO]

Jim talked to now-suspended Perth Amboy school Superintendent Dr. Janine Walker Caffrey about her latest run-in with the school board.

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Acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf (NJ Dept. of Education)
Acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf (NJ Dept. of Education)
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NJ Senate Committee Approves Cerf as Education Head

A New Jersey Senate committee has unanimously approved acting state education commissioner Christopher Cerf.

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Federal Grants Allow NJ To Track Students Into College, Workforce

New Jersey was awarded $5 million in federal grants this month to expand the state’s current data system, NJSMART, to track students from pre-school through higher education institutions and into the workforce.

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Acting NJ Education Chief’s Residency Questioned

Gov. Chris Christie says acting Education commissioner Chris Cerf has taken steps to change his legal residency from Montclair to Montgomery.

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