TRENTON - Teachers across New Jersey are in shock over the loss of millions in federal school aid due to an apparent clerical error.
News 12 New Jersey spoke to Bloomfield Schools Superintendent Catherine Mozak, who recently cut $6.5 million from Bloomfield's $84 million budget. Mozak says she's wondering what the New Jersey government's next step will be.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) calls the reviewers of the application from the federal government "box checking bureaucrats" who couldn't look past one mistake in the 1,000-page application.
Senate Democrats announced that they will be holding a hearing to determine exactly how this mistake was made.