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April 8, 2010


New Jersey Governor Chris ChristieCurt Hudson/AP

Funding Cut Has New Jersey Schools Scrambling

Gov. Chris Christie says he will cut state spending on education by $820 million. That means some districts will get no state money at all. He says his target is teacher pay; critics worry the cutbacks will hurt low-income students and programs geared toward the disadvantaged.

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