New Jersey Education


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New Jersey is known for having a high quality education system. The state is home to many highly ranked schools, and the school ratings reflect this. Local education in New Jersey is highly valued, with the state investing heavily in its public schools. Programs like magnet and charter schools are also available to give students more options when it comes to their education. Students in New Jersey have access to an array of educational opportunities, ensuring that they can get the best education possible.

New Jersey schools spend $20,060 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 13 pupils per teacher, 628 students per librarian, and 344 children per counselor.

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On average, there are 206 sunny days per year in New JerseyWhere the heck did they get that from ..It's ALWAYS raining or cloudy in NJ. Last 2 years we had the same  More

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I have lived in New Jersey for 10 years and its has been very tough to get by, high cost of food, High tax, Rent on average is about 1900 a month, housing costs for a  More

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Over 8 years ago

Property Taxes are crazy  More

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