Fired NJ education commissioner wants apology

HADDONFIELD - (AP) - A week after he was fired, New Jersey'sformer education commissioner says he isn't considering takinglegal action over his termination.

However, in an e-mail to The Associated Press, Bret Schundlersays he would like an apology.

Schundler was fired Aug. 27 after it was revealed that anembarrassing error in a grant application may have cost the state$400 million in federal aid.

Gov. Chris Christie says he ousted Schundler for misleading thegovernor and his office about some of the details surrounding theerror.

Schundler says its Christie who's misrepresenting what happenedamid the mix-up.

Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak says he's "not interested"in responding.

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