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Christie Administration Appeals Order To Pump Funds Into Pension SystemThe Christie administration on Monday formally asked an appellate judge to review a case involving the New Jersey public pension system.
NJ Assembly Votes To Halt Use Of Standardized TestsThe New Jersey State Assembly voted Monday to curtail the use of a controversial standardized test in the state’s schools, following a litany of concerns from parents.
CBS2 Exclusive: N.J. Education Chief Says Controversial Exam Is Good For StudentsSome New Jersey parents have come out so strongly against a new computer-based math and language arts test that they have refused to allow their children to take the exam – but state education officials have rushed to its defense.
N.J. Teachers' Union Backs Buono For GovernorThe largest teachers’ union in New Jersey has endorsed Democrat Barbara Buono in her campaign for governor.
Many New Jersey Schools Set To Reopen On Monday In Aftermath Of StormState education officials said students will be returning to classes Monday in many New Jersey schools that were shuttered by the superstorm.
Gov. Christie Signs N.J. Teacher Tenure OverhaulAt the signing, the governor said the goal was simple. "That the excellence in most of the schools in New Jersey is extended to all of the schools in New Jersey," he said.
Christie Wants NJEA Chief To Quit Over Comments About Poor And VouchersGov. Chris Christie called for the leader of the state's teacher's union to resign Wednesday, after the union chief said "life's not always fair'' while discussing how poor families can't afford private schools - and union opposition to vouchers that could help them do so.
New Jersey Education Chief Talks Getting Tough On Failing SchoolsAs New Jersey's acting education commissioner, Christopher Cerf is charged with carrying out Gov. Chris Christie's plans to overhaul some aspects of the state's public education system.
Christie's 'It's None Of Your Business' Comment Ruffles Feathers Of N.J. Voters"It's none of your business." Those five words from Gov. Chris Christie over his children's education have New Jersey voters in a tizzy.
Gov. Chris Christie Calls NJ Teachers Union 'Fat, Rich And Entitled'Christie said Friday that "embers of revolution" in public education need to be stoked as he pushed his reforms and attacked the New Jersey Education Association for blocking progress.
Governor Christie Takes Jabs At Illinois Governor QuinnNever one to shy away from an verbal jab or two, Christie is now turning his focus on Illinois and their governor, Pat Quinn.
N.J. Legislature Examines Recommendations For New Teacher EvaluationsIf the New Jersey state legislature adopts a new recommendation, teacher evaluations could see a significant change.