N.J. high court mulls funding freeze for needy districts

05/4/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

In a state Supreme Court hearing over whether, in light of its budget woes, New Jersey can freeze funding for 31 neediest school systems, the state's attorney general said the state cannot afford to meet the districts' demands for more money. Attorneys for the districts argued that a freeze in inflationary times amounts to a funding cut that would undermine their progress.

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