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What to do if your children hate their new teacher

Deciding which teacher your child belongs with in the new school year is an in-depth process, but that doesn't mean your child will like the teacher they receive.

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The North Brunswick warehouse fire, restaurants you miss and more on ‘D&D Today’

Here is what Deminski and Doyle are talking about on today’s show.

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NJ law prohibits release of a specific teacher’s performance evaluation

Figures released this month by the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) revealed that are 2,900 teachers in the state with a rating of "ineffective" or "partially effective." If you're hoping to learn if your child's teacher is one of those instructors, you'll be out of luck.

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Most New Jersey teachers rated ‘effective’ under new system

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- Three-fourths of New Jersey teachers are rated as "effective" under a new system that attempts to be more specific about educators' strengths and weaknesses.

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The engine of the Amtrak train involved in a deadly derailment in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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The Amtrak derailment, stressful jobs and more on ‘D&D Today’

Here is what Deminski and Doyle are talking about on today’s show.

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Your personal kryptonite, abolishing PBA cards and more on ‘D&D Today’

Here is what Deminski and Doyle are talking about on today’s show.

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VOTE: Should a teacher ever be able to hit a student?

Should a teacher ever be able to raise their hand to a child, even under the most extreme circumstances?

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NJ teacher admits he collected disability but taught elsewhere

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- A former New Jersey schoolteacher has admitted stealing nearly $249,000 by fraudulently collecting a disability pension while he was teaching in other states.

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NJ lawmaker wants to change teachers’ convention dates

Most New Jersey schools were closed last Thursday and Friday for the New Jersey Education Association's annual teachers' convention. Assemblywoman Donna Simon said the convention should be moved to when school is already out, and she is in the process of drafting legislation to change the dates.

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A teacher’s dilemma

Jim received this email and wanted to share this one with you. This may be up for email forward of the year. Very funny stuff! Enjoy!

After being interviewed by the school administration, the prospective teacher said:

'Let me see if I've got this right

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