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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Governor Christie Commits Additional $14.2 Million to Expand School Choice for NJ Families

Number of Students and Districts Participating in the Christie Administration's Interdistrict Choice Program Increases for 2012-13 School Year Governor Commits an Additional $14.2 Million to Expand School Choice for New Jersey Families

Trenton, NJ - Demonstrating a continued commitment to the expansion of the Interdistrict Choice Program, student enrollment in the program has tripled over the past three years to a projected 3,356 students in 73 districts in 2012-13. To support the continued growth of the program, Governor Christie has dedicated an additional $14.2 million for the Interdistrict School Choice program in the FY 2013 state budget, as part of a $212.5 million increase in K-12 state aid and a total of $7.8 billion in K-12 formula aid - the most in New Jersey history. In the current 2011-12 school year, there are 2,131 participating students in 71 districts. For more information: