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NJ Education Poll

Steve Trevelise wants to know  if you'd trade a longer school day for no homework for your kids?

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Should the NJ School Day and Year Be Longer? [POLL]

NJ Officials, including Governor Chris Christie, have been discussing proposals to make the school day longer as well as the school year.

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Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse
Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Would You Vote for a Longer School Year? [POLL]

Many are talking today about Governor Christie's proposal to extend the school day and year for NJ students.

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Jemal Countess, Getty Images
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Should NJ Colleges Issue Graduate Job Data? [POLL]

New legislation would provide students applying to a college or university the ability to know whether or not that school is producing graduates that get high paying jobs.

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Do Your Kids Take Too Many Tests? [POLL]

There is discussion among legislators and the education commission as to whether or not NJ students take too many tests. Do the number of tests they take help or hurt them in their long-term learning?

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Should NJ Lengthen the School Day? [POLL]

In today's State of the State address, Governor Chris Christie will propose the idea of making the school day and school year longer for NJ students.

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Should All NJ Students Have the Same Technology? [POLL]

As technology keeps advancing, more and more students are in need of computers. Some schools like in Camden, are providing them to their students.

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Back to class       Getty Images/Jean Gallup
Back to class Getty Images/Jean Gallup
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Top NJ School Superintendents Salaries for 2012 – 2013

For the majority, most NJ school superintendents salaries have fallen in line with Governor Christie's salary cap which tops out at $175,000. But as with any state position, there are the few that circumvent the cap due to some exemption or they were signed prior to the cap going into place.

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NJ School Performance Report Figures Released

The Department of Education has released the figures on its public schools. The reports break down, school-by-school, on student improvement.

The current data replaces what used to be called the NJ School Report Card

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A Longer School Year in New Jersey? Would it Help? [POLL]

Jim has been talking this morning about the pilot program that could come to the Garden State that would extend the school year.

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