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Friday, March 2, 2012

Aggressive Oversight of Charter Schools

Department of Education Continues Aggressive Oversight of Charter Schools to Ensure Students are Getting Results

Results Trenton, NJ - Continuing the Christie Administration's commitment to aggressively oversee charter schools operating throughout the state, the Department of Education today announced the renewal of 16 existing charter schools for additional 5 year charter terms and the closure of 2 charters that have chronically failed to produce acceptable results for their students. Under the Christie Administration, the Department of Education has put a renewed focus and commitment on ensuring that the state's charter schools are of the highest quality and held to high standards of accountability, including swiftly addressing low-performing schools through corrective and remedial actions and closing those that are not effective.

For further information: http://www.state.nj.us/education/news/2012/0302