Some New Jersey schools not making th...

Some New Jersey schools not making the grade

There are 1 comment on the Philadelphia Inquirer story from Aug 22, 2006, titled Some New Jersey schools not making the grade. In it, Philadelphia Inquirer reports that:

Nine schools in Camden and Burlington Counties and 52 in all of New Jersey face the toughest sanctions under the federal No Child Left Behind act ranging from principal changes to reconfiguring grades to new ...

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Linda Queen


#1 Aug 22, 2006
does anyone know if the Pennsbury school in Mt.Laurel are included with these schools that are in need of improvement? Is this public school any good? I'am considering moving in the area and would like any beneficial information on this school Thanks! Linda

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