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Half Of Graduating Seniors Not Ready For College [AUDIO]

Is your child college ready? Findings released by the College Board show that half of graduating seniors who took a college entrance exam did not have all the skills they will need to succeed in college or career.

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Classroom
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Duct Taping a Student’s Mouth Shut? That was Nothing

When I think back to the punishments I endured growing up at Holy Rosary Academy in Union City, then at St Joe’s in West New York, I’m surprised I ever made it this far without losing my mind. In those days, the nuns and priests could hit and boy did they ever! I think of this now in the case of a substitute teacher who may face criminal charges for duct taping the mouth shut of a student to stop him from talking in class.

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Education Commissioner Chris Cerf, Governor Chris Christie, and Camden Mayor Dana Redd
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Commissioner Cerf Introduces Plan To Increase School Performance [AUDIO]

With only about half of the states schools meeting their goals for improving student performance last year, Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf is announcing a new plan for the coming years that will create meaningful improvements in the standards for education.

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School Breakfast
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Will More New Jersey Students Eat Breakfast in Class? [AUDIO]

The idea is to get more New Jersey schools participating in the federally-funded school breakfast program. A new study finds that serving the meal in the classroom after the morning bell could be the answer.

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College Students
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Heading Back To College? Beware Of Debt [AUDIO]

Is your child heading to college for the first time? Maybe you have a returning student in the house.

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College Students
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Tuition Increases For NJ’s Public Colleges In 2012 [AUDIO]

It will cost more for New Jersey students to attend college this year. Tuition is up three-percent for full-time undergrads.

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Flickr User Wohnai
Flickr User Wohnai
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How Much Do NJ College Students Pay For Textbooks? [AUDIO]

Getting ready for back to school? College students and their parents should expect higher textbook prices in New Jersey this year.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Recent College Grads Suffer Major Remorse [AUDIO]

Are you a recent college grad suffering from major remorse?

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Rutgers student testifies against a tuition increase before Rutgers Board of Governors.
Rutgers student testifies against a tuition increase before Rutgers Board of Governors (David Matthau, Townsquar Media NJ)
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Rutgers Students Enraged Over Tuition Boost [AUDIO]

The Rutgers Board of Governors has approved a 2.2 percent tuition, room and board hike for next year.

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Student loans
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Taking On A Student Loan? NJ Banker Offers Tips [AUDIO]

We often hear stories of students who take out loans and head to college only to find themselves unable to pay off their loans upon graduating. But, that doesn't have to be the case if you prepare ahead of time.

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