Gov. Chris Christie is going to provide more time for school districts and local union leadership to agree to a pay freeze for the next budget year. Christie said 115 of the over 600 districts have agreed to some sort of a freeze at this point. The deadline was initially on Monday, but the deadline has been extended to June 30. School budgets goes out to a vote on April 20. School districts that accomplish a wage freeze will receiving some additional state aid back in return.