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No Homework, No Lectures at New Milford High School [POLL/AUDIO]

NEW JERSEY 101.5

Teachers at New Milford High School are taking a "flipped" approach to educating their students. There are no lectures during school hours, and they've done away with assigning homework.

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NJ Students Schooled in Financial Literacy [AUDIO]

In an effort to better prepare New Jersey high school students for the future, all students in the state are now required to complete a half-year course in economics and financial literacy before graduation.

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Flickr User elizaIO
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Homeless Students on the Rise [AUDIO]

Once the final bell rings, where do all the children go?

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NJ Gubernatorial Debate
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Gubernatorial Debate: Gay Marriage, Education and Christie’s Attitude [VIDEO/AUDIO/POLL]

A 90-minute showdown at Montclair State University served as the final gubernatorial debate between incumbent Chris Christie and Democratic challenger Barbara Buono.

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NJ Schools Still Struggling from Recession: Report [AUDIO]

The Great Recession technically ended years ago, but New Jersey public schools still aren't seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, according to an analysis from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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Shawn Michaels, Townsquare Media
Shawn Michaels, Townsquare Media
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A Great Addition To Southern Ocean County

The New "Cuisine on the Green" Restaurant and School had their official ribbon cutting Thursday

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Think PINK with Shawn & Sue

 

Welcome to October: "Breast Cancer Awareness" Month.

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Take A Trip Through History at the Jersey Shore

Take a historical tour in Berkeley Township

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Flickr User www.audio-luci-store.it
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NJ Mulls Minimum GPA for Teachers [POLL/AUDIO]

The New Jersey Dept. of Education (DOE) is exploring the idea of allowing only those who graduate with a 3.0 grade point average or better to teach in this state.

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Education Commissioner Chris Cerf, Governor Chris Christie, and Camden Mayor Dana Redd
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NJ Considers Requiring Higher GPA For New Teachers

New Jersey is considering requiring at least a "B'' average in college for most aspiring teachers.

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