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Imagine getting a four-year degree in New Jersey for only $10,000. A group of state Assembly members are hoping to make that a reality by sponsoring legislation that encourages New Jersey's colleges and universities to offer baccalaureate degree programs that cost no more than $10,000 in tuition and fees. Comment?
Students in the Garden State should not be given standardized tests until they reach the third grade, according to several New Jersey lawmakers including the chairman of the Assembly Education Committee. "Actually right now here in New Jersey we don't test kids K-2 - at least we're not supposed to, but there are parents complaining that in fact this is happening in some districts. Comment?
Legal Sale Of Recreational Marijuana Begins In Colorado Read More: Are You in Favor of Legalizing Marijuana? Live from the Jim Gearhart Broadcast Facility it's New Jersey's ONLY ALL LIVE -ALL LOCAL-ALL NIGHT SHOW, with me, Ray Rossi - the Jersey Guy! Spreading the gospel of the Garden State via RadioPup 3.0 on your smartphone or tablet, online at nj1015.com; and on your FM at 101.5! 3) A group of activists gathered in Newark Wednesday to announce a new coalition that will advocate for the legalization, taxation, and regulation of marijuana. They officially launched a coalition called "New Jersey United for Marijuana Reform." Comment?
A group of New Jersey lawmakers said recent data breaches at Staples, Home Depot, Target and more have exposed a glaring loophole in the state's identify theft laws that they want to close. On Thursday, the Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee approved a measure to help ensure that consumers are informed of security breaches made to their account. Comment?
Leslie Beck, principal and financial planner with Compass Wealth Management in Maplewood, said these numbers reflect a troubled labor market, but they also prove that many students fail to leave school with the necessary skills to succeed. Beck noted the higher default rates in New Jersey, for the most part, are the product of vocational-type institutions and county colleges. Comment?
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