Dennis and Dena Blizzard (filling in for Judi Franco) were discussing the complaints raised in Shamong over an education board member who took verbal jabs at teachers and endorsed the use of physical force by students to deal with bullies.
How smart to do have to be to teach in New Jersey? Right now, you can figure you'd need about the equivalent of a C plus or higher. That could change as New Jersey's Education Department is considering requiring prospective teachers to achieve at least a B average in college before they can get state certification. The new 3.0 grade-point requirement would be higher than the current 2.75.
Remember the days when to show your appreciation for the teacher you gave her an apple? Well apparently some years ago, teachers in one school district got a gift for 'Teacher Appreciation Day' that you would NEVER be able to give now.
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