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STATE MISSES OUT IN $14 MILLION FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgThe blame game is on in Trenton for the state missing out in $14 million in federal funds to help charter schools. A report came out on Monday that the state’s application for the funds was denied. It was he second mistake the state made in education funding, including the failed “race to the top” application. The money for charter schools was available through a competitive process. Republicans and Democrats both blame each other for the failed application.

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