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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie Blasted By Dems Over Keynote Teacher Comments

Today, a day after Governor Chris Christie delivered the keynote address at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, a New Jersey Democrat is blasting him for what he calls “divisive rhetoric……that sought to undermine the foundation of workers’ rights.”

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NJ Teacher Confronts Chris Christie, Gets Apology [VIDEO]

A vacationing public school teacher who told Gov. Chris Christie she felt betrayed by his pension changes got an apology from him in Ocean City.

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School Teacher
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Teacher Contract Talks Expected To Yield Concessions [AUDIO]

With the local 2 percent property tax cap and the slow economy, some tough bargaining is taking place for teachers in many local school districts.

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Teachers
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NJ School Districts Taking Part in Teacher Evaluation Programs

State education officials say ten districts from across New Jersey will take part in the second year of a teacher evaluation pilot program, while 14 more were chosen for the first year of the principal evaluation pilot program.

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NJ Struggles With Math and Science Teacher Shortage

A bill by Assembly Democrats Mila Jasey, Albert Coutinho, Dan Benson and Ralph Caputo to help reduce teacher shortages, particularly in math and science, has signed into law by Governor Chris Christie.

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Child Reprimanded for Using the ‘G’ Word [AUDIO]

Today on the Dennis and Judi Show a recent incident at a Millstone school was discussed.  A friend of the show, Cheryl, called in to talk about how her 6-year-old son was reprimanded for using the word "gun".

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Study Finds NJ Teachers Open to New Evaluation

A report commissioned by two education reform groups finds that New Jersey teachers believe the way they're being evaluated is too subjective, and that they are open to change.

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