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After What Happened In CT, Are NJ Schools Safe? [AUDIO]

In the wake of the tragic school shooting rampage in Connecticut, Jersey parents are voicing concerns about school safety in the Garden State.

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Brookdale Community College (Facebook)
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Tuition Worries at NJ County Colleges [AUDIO]

Four-year universities in New Jersey have become less of an "automatic" for students exiting high school.

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Home destroyed in Brick by Sandy
Home destroyed by Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Lawmakers Seek To Delay Standardized Tests

Two Assemblywomen are looking to delay or cancel New Jersey's standardized testing this year.

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Flickr user takomabibelot
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Is Cursive Writing a Dying Art?

When I was first learning to write as a kid, classrooms all had two charts above the chalkboard - one of each capital and lowercase letter in the alphabet, and another of the same, but in cursive script. But now that laptops, smartphones, and tablets are nearly ubiquitous, cursive may be a thing of the past.

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NJ Senate Boss Lays Out Vision For The Future [AUDIO]

Last week, Chris Christie laid out his plan for the rest of the year. Now, the man who may run against him for Governor next year has done the same thing.

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Camden Parents Ask Judge To Move Kids Out Of School [AUDIO]

A group of parents in Camden are petitioning a judge to immediately allow their children to be transferred to new schools because the one they're attending is so bad, it doesn't provide a thorough and efficient education - something required by the state Constitution.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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NJ Leaders Push Higher-Ed Bond Question Ahead Of Election [AUDIO]

New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a higher-education bond question on the November ballot that will allow the state to borrow $750 million to fund construction projects at the state's colleges and universities. Its an issue that has bipartisan support, but in the end its up to you.

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Triton Principal Catherine DePaul (L) and Assistant Principal Jernee Kollock
Triton Principal Catherine DePaul (L) and Assistant Principal Jernee Kollock (WCAU TV)
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South Jersey Sex Scandal Shocker [AUDIO]

Three teachers and two administrators at Triton High School in Runnemede are facing criminal charges, and have been suspended, after the teachers allegedly engaged in sexual activity with three female students.

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Flickr User adamp1988
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New Jersey School Librarian Numbers Dwindle [AUDIO]

The school librarian is much more than just a keeper of the book collection in many New Jersey districts. But, these "information specialists" have been dwindling in numbers, another victim of budget cuts.

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Could homework be abolished?
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NJ Schools Cutting Back On Homework [AUDIO]

Are kids getting too much homework these days? A new study by NJ Monthly magazine finds that some New Jersey towns are cutting back and trying new ideas to reduce stress.

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