New Jersey schools receive more state aid

Townes, Glenn
March 2008
New York Amsterdam News;3/6/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 11, p35
The article reports on the release of the funds by the officials from the New Jersey Department of Education through Governor Jon Corzine's new school funding plan. It reveals that Trenton schools will receive one of the biggest pieces of the state education aid with nearly $30 million. Moreover, Corzine noted that the new school funding will offer all of their children in all of their communities the opportunity to succeed.


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