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150630Flanagan

Large Group Protests Christie’s Presidential Announcement

6-30-15
About 1,000 protestors gathered outside Livingston High School to tell what they say is the truth about Chris Christie while he was inside announcing his bid for president.
150625Delmore

Family Income Affects Children’s Brain Size, Research Shows

6-25-15
A recent study found that the brain surface area linked to intelligence is correlated with family income. At Acelero Learning in Freehold, they have created a program that aims to level the playing field for kids and their parents.
150624Wanko

NJ Students Travel to Sri Lanka to Teach ESL and Help Wild Elephants

6-24-15
Guru Travel, a summer service program started by a Montclair resident, takes kids to Sri Lank to teach English to children of farmers and help inform them about wild elephant preservation.
150623Cruz

Looking Beyond Cami Anderson, Newark Braces for Cerf

6-23-15
While many are happy with Cami Anderson's departure as Newark superintendent, some are skeptical about Chris Cerf taking over.
150622Cami

Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson Steps Down; Chris Cerf to Replace Her

6-22-15
The state announced Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson is stepping down from her post and Gov. Christie will nominate Chris Cerf to replace her.
150617Aron

NJ Public Colleges Face Credit Rating Downgrades from Moody’s

6-17-15
Moody's says the credit downgrades for New Jersey colleges and universities were driven by the state's continued weak financial position, including pension contribution shortfalls.
150616Vannozzi

Students Overcome Homelessness In Order to Graduate

6-16-15
In Camden, a couple of High School seniors prepare to graduate after having to overcome obstacles from homelessness. About 500 students within the Camden schools district have experienced homelessness at some point in their lives.
150615Sciarra

Education Law Center Director: Better Effort Needed to Fund Education in NJ

6-15-15
David Sciarra, executive director of the Education Law Center, talks about where New Jersey ranks in education funding and how the state needs to do better.
150612Hill

Protestors Demand Princeton Fire Tenured Professor Who They Say Advocates Killing Disabled Babies

6-12-15
Princeton University Bioethics Professor Peter Singer says severely disabled infants should be euthanized to save on health care costs, an idea that doesn't sit well with many who are calling for the university to fire him.
150611Webber

Asm. Webber: Take a Cue from Purdue University and Freeze College Tuition in NJ

6-11-15
Assemblyman Jay Webber talks about the benefits of adopting a higher education model that freezes tuition in order to reduce student debt.