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GOVERNOR CHRISTIE READY TO IMPOSE ANOTHER ROUND OF EDUCATION CUTS

Advocates are warning legislators that Governor Chris Christie’s proposed FY16 State Budget will force another crippling round of budget cuts in NJ public schools for the sixth straight year. Governor Christie recently said that the biggest single disappointment of his six years in office has been his inability to get rid of the School Funding Reform Act, NJ’s statewide funding formula. The Governor again had harsh words for the NJ Supreme Court’s Abbott v. Burke rulings protecting the landmark formula, which allocates aid based on the actual cost of giving all students the opportunity to achieve State academic standards.      Read More

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