Monday the day for controversial student testing in New Jersey

March 2, 2015

So did research by Seton Hall University associate professor of education Christopher Tienken and Rutgers associate policy and planning professor Julia Sass Rubin, a Save Our Schools founder. According to a recent article they wrote, New Jersey schools and groups within schools have fallen below 95 percent participation but none has been penalized financially by the federal government.

Philly.com, March 2

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