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January 05, 2012

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I wish it had been a stronger ruling. Six years? Sounds like "Whenever you get around to it, if you can..."

In six years my daughter will be in eighth grade, in buildings that are threadbare, with a teaching population that's tired but trying to hang in there. Will there suddenly be a great golden pot at the end of the rainbow because the deadline's arrived? Doubt it.

Six years is a long to comply with a court order.

NJ has been in a similar position for decades, and it hasn't stopped Trenton from continuing to deny urban districts anything resembling equitable funding...

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