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Gov. Christie Wants Longer School Day and Year [VIDEO]

Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen

Gov. Christie gave his annual state of the state address today in Trenton. One of the many topics from his speech was education. The Governor will purpose extending the public school calendar and lengthening the school day.

According to the Governor: “ ”Our school calendar is antiquated both educationally and culturally. Life in 2014 demands something more for our students. It is time to lengthen both the school day and school year in New Jersey.”

The speech provided no specific details on the longer school day and year .

Would you like to see the school day and year longer? Leave your comments in the section below…

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