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Newark Superintendent Discusses School Funding

10-3-16
Newark Superintendent Chris Cerf discusses Gov. Chris Christie's "Fairness Formula", student achievement standards and regaining local control.
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Rutgers Launches Food Pantry for Students

9-28-16
Rutgers New Brunswick has opened a food pantry this fall to help students in need of food.
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Audit: NJ School Funding System is Flawed

9-23-16
A state audit found New Jersey school funding isn’t based on current enrollment and demographics data and the gap is particularly wide among special education students.
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WQXR Drive Brings Instruments to Newark Students

9-23-16
Classical radio station WQXR held an instrument drive and brought the collected items to Harriet Tubman Middle School in Newark for the students.
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Bill Would Implement Strict School Return Policy After Concussions

9-21-16
A proposed bill would require students with concussions to have permission from a health care provider before going back to school.
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Christie Files Lawsuit Challenging Abbott Decision

9-16-16
Gov. Christie has filed a lawsuit asking New Jersey’s Supreme Court to basically break its own landmark Abbott v. Burke decision and claims collective bargaining restrictions with teacher unions are unconstitutional.
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Yes, ‘YOLO’ Has Been Added to the Oxford English Dictionary

9-15-16
The Oxford English Dictionary has added new words like squee, YOLO and Oompa Loompa to the dictionary in an effort to preserve the English language.
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These are the Factors Behind Chronic Absenteeism in NJ

9-14-16
Kids who are chronically absent, or missing 10 percent or more school days a year, often have the lowest test scores in math and reading. The main issues were lack of transportation, housing and health issues.
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A Teacher Reconnects with His Lost Student

9-14-16
Montclair teacher Dan Gill discusses one of his star middle school students, Touree Moses, who fell by the wayside and is currently serving a 15-year sentence for murder.
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Young Adults and the Right to Medical Record Privacy

9-14-16
One mother was unable to find out her son's condition at a hospital because of HIPAA rules that prevented the nurse from providing any information.