Christie's proposed cuts could hurt schools

If Gov. Chris Christie's proposed cuts go through, school districts could be forced to make cuts as well.

Cherry Hill in Camden County will be forced to cut about 100 positions, including 60 teachers. Lawrence Township in Cumberland County says it will cut 50 jobs to make ends meet.

Westfield school district's state aid will be cut by 90 percent, after originally being told its funding would be cut by 15 percent.

In Edison, the school distinct will be forced to cut 19 jobs, including nine teachers, the No Child Left Behind director, two special education facilitators, one social worker, five lunch aides and the acting superintendent position.

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