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2015 August 11 - 12:00 am

Political Posturing Leads to Backpedaling on Educational Standards

Bowing to political pressure, the state is now reversing course and reverting to a not-so-distant past when New Jersey educators set their own academic bar. A sixmonth review of the existing standards for math, English and language arts commenced last month, with an aim toward putting a New Jersey stamp on new standards.

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