New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's budget plan includes a pilot program that extends school choice to students attending failing schools. Under the $2 million program, families have the option of applying for grants, which can be used to enroll students in other public or private schools. Funded by corporate tax credits, the plan would provide scholarships for up to 10% of students in qualifying districts.
N.J. governor's budget includes school-choice pilot program
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