STUDENTS AROUND THE STATE WALK OUT OF CLASS TO PROTEST CUTS

230px-Facebook_svgA number of students in different schools throughout the state held a demonstration outside of school on Tuesday, to protest cuts made by Gov. Chris Christie to school districts. High school districts in Camden, West Deptford, Bordentown, and Williamstown, were among the different high schools to participate. The group was organized initially by a facebook page. School officials allowed the students to walk out of the classroom and participate in the demonstration, and once they were done, they came back in the school. Education Commissioner Bret Schundler said that students shouldn’t be allowed to leave the classroom and that attendance policies should be enforced. They were reports of a few minor incidents involving students that would not return to the classroom.

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