N.J. budget plan boosts funding for K-12, higher education

02/22/2012 | New Jersey Online

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday presented a budget proposal that would provide a $213 million funding increase for the state's K-12 schools. The increase would include boosts in funding for preschools, non-public schools, special education, school choice and formula aid used to pay for classroom materials and teacher salaries. Christie's plan also includes $108 million in additional funding for higher education, which he called the "key to advancement."

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