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STATE EDUCATION CHIEF DEFENDS SCHOOL FUNDING PLAN

Democrats have criticized it heavily, but the state’s acting education commissioner believes the state’s new school funding formula is sound. Christopher Cerf testified before a Senate Budget committee on Thursday and says that the new plan to hand out state aid based in part on school attendance, and not enrollment, is solid. Governor Christie has proposed spending $7.8 billion on education in the coming year.

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