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Lawmaker Wants To Fit College Curriculum To Fit Job Market [AUDIO]

It seems to be happening more and more in New Jersey. Young adults and their families take out loans and spend a small fortune on a college education, but once they get their diploma, those college grads can't find a job.

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Governor Chris Christie and Eric Scott
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Governor Christie Speaks Out On Newtown Massacre [VIDEO]

Following last weeks shocking shooting massacre in Connecticut, Governor Christie is speaking out about the tragedy.

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NJ Schools Consider CO Detectors After Georgia Scare [AUDIO]

Its colorless, odorless and could be fatal. New Jersey officials are taking a closer look at installing carbon monoxide detectors in schools after dozens of students and teachers were hospitalized at a school in Georgia.

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Measure To Educate Families On College Debt Heads To Governor Christie

Legislation sponsored by Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean Jr. and Senator Robert Singer to assure that New Jersey families understand student loan rates, schedules, debt and defaults was passed unanimously by the full Senate and heads to Gov. Christie for consideration.

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New Jersey Has Nation’s Third-Highest College Tuition Cost [AUDIO]

The higher cost of higher education, in New Jersey and across the country, continues to go higher.

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Anti-Big Brother Bill Up In NJ Senate Committee Today [AUDIO]

In what was dubbed, "Webcamgate," the Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania allegedly used remotely activated cameras in laptops furnished by the school district to record the activity of students without their knowledge.

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Triton teachers Nick Martinelli, Jeff Logandro & Dan Michielli
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Runnemede Residents React To High School Sex Scandal [AUDIO]

The investigation continues in Camden County after three teachers at Triton High School in Runnemede were charged with engaging in sexual activity with three female students.

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Triton Principal Catherine DePaul (L) and Assistant Principal Jernee Kollock
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South Jersey Sex Scandal Shocker [AUDIO]

Three teachers and two administrators at Triton High School in Runnemede are facing criminal charges, and have been suspended, after the teachers allegedly engaged in sexual activity with three female students.

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New Jersey School Librarian Numbers Dwindle [AUDIO]

The school librarian is much more than just a keeper of the book collection in many New Jersey districts. But, these "information specialists" have been dwindling in numbers, another victim of budget cuts.

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Survey Finds Many Students Believe The Cost Of College Is Worth It [AUDIO]

A survey of business majors at four-year colleges finds better than seven in ten are confident their higher education investment is worth the money.

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