Former Education Commissioner Bret Schundler says he was wrong. In an interview with the Star-Ledger, Schundler admits he made a mistake in submitting New Jersey’s “Race to the Top” application without the proper data. Schundler did tell the paper that he did not mislead Gov. Chris Christie though about the presentation he and his group made. Christie criticized the federal government for not letting the state fix its mistake, even though a later released tape showed the committee unable to find the proper budget numbers that the federal government wanted to see.
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