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FBI Questions 2 Elizabeth School Employees

Two Elizabeth school district employees say the FBI has questioned them.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Teachers, Police Gather In AC For Bullying Conference [AUDIO]

It's been in effect since September 1st of this year, so how is New Jersey's new anti-bullying legislation working so far?

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Flickr User John Picken
Flickr User John Picken
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Your Child’s School Bus Could Soon Be Displaying Ads [AUDIO]

In these tough economic times, local school boards may soon get the go-ahead to place advertisements on the sides of their school buses.

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Flickr User Taberandrew
Flickr User Taberandrew
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New Report Finds Sexual Harassment Is A Big Problem In Jersey Schools [AUDIO]

A new study released by the American Association of University women finds almost half of all middle and high school students in Jersey and across the country experienced some kind of sexual harassment over the past year.

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Flickr User Roger 4336
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Big Snow Storm Turns Jersey School Calendars Upside Down [AUDIO]

After last weekend's freak snowstorm, many Jersey schools are being forced to rearrange their calendars for the rest of the school year.

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School Buses
Flickr User ManyHighways
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Are Criminals Riding on Your Child’s School Bus? [AUDIO]

A Jersey lawmaker is sponsoring a measure to require criminal background checks for all adults that ride on school buses, - not just the drivers.

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Schools-Winter
Flickr User Goodimages
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Storm Closes Hundreds of Schools Across Northeast

Hundreds of schools across the Northeast were closed Monday after an unseasonably early storm dumped up to 30 inches of heavy, wet snow that snapped power lines and left utilities struggling to restore service to millions of customers.

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Money Stack
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Salary Squabble May Cost School District State Aid

State officials have told the Parsippany-Troy Hills school district that they will withhold its $3.6 million in state aid unless district officials cut the superintendent's salary by $43,000 to fit under a state-mandated salary cap.

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