New Jersey's Education Department has released its plan for how much state aid each school district would get in Gov. Chris Christie's proposed state budget.

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Christie's spending plan calls for giving nearly $9 billion, or more than one-fourth of the state's budget, to schools. Overall, he's calling for an increase of just over $100 million over the current aid.

The majority of districts would see increases, but most would be under 1 percent. No district would have less state aid under the plan.

Sixteen districts would see state increases of at least $1 million. The biggest hike would be $7.6 million for Elizabeth.

 

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