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Flickr user: KnittyMarie
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Should Parents be Fined for Kids Being Absent from Class? [POLL]

Judi opened the show today by discussing Kevin McArdle's report about Assemblyman Reed Gusciora wanting to raise the fines for parents whose kids don't show up for school.

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Facebook, Marlboro K-8 School District
Facebook, Marlboro K-8 School District
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You Could Be Fined if Your Kids Don’t Go to School [AUDIO]

All good parents know it pays to send their children to school, but did you know parents can be fined in New Jersey if their kids don't show up? It's true.

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Beer
Flickr User Becca C
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Tackling Underage Binge Drinking in College [AUDIO]

From Animal House to Old School, college and alcohol cultures have been intrinsically linked, however, when it comes to underage and binge drinking, advocates are trying to disassociate the two entities for the safety of many young adults.

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Flickr User wohnai
Flickr User wohnai
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College Textbook Costs Remain High, But Cheaper Options Exist [AUDIO]

In addition to college costs, students are facing high prices for textbooks, even as cheaper options continue to be offered.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Role of Technology Increases in Classrooms [AUDIO]

Pencils and notebooks are slowly finding themselves being replaced by laptops and tablets when it comes to essential classroom supplies.

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College classroom
Flickr User velkr0
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More NJ College Kids Help Pay for Education [POLL/AUDIO]

A new Citi/Seventeen magazine survey finds a growing number of college kids in New Jersey and across the country are working at least part time while they're attending school.

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College tuition
Zephyr Picture, Getty Images
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Will You Be Able to Send Your Kids to College? [POLL/AUDIO]

The Great Recession is long gone, but the effects are still lingering in many ways.

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smoking pot
Flikr user Oldmaison
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Drug Testing Proposed in Another NJ School District [POLL/AUDIO]

A school board meeting this week was greeted by a number of furious parents in Bergen County, where the Northern Valley Regional High School District is proposing random drug and alcohol testing for students.

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College classroom
Flickr User velkr0
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Does College Prepare Students for the Real World? [AUDIO]

College is supposed to be the time when young people prepare themselves for future careers, but increasingly students feel, even with an internship, they are not prepared to enter the workforce.

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College Students
Flickr User velkr0
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NJ Students Being Poached by Other States [AUDIO]

The New Jersey brain drain continues at a staggering rate.

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