Christie sees fairness in education plan; advocates disagree

July 16, 2016

Julia Sass Rubin, a Rutgers University professor, said that Christie’s use of $6,599 per pupil doesn’t properly take the state’s full special education costs and other key programs into account. Rubin said that using a more realistic number — less than $5,000 per student, she believes — would cut down on the number of school districts that would get a funding increase.

Press of Atlantic City, July 16

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