NJ Education Transformation Task Force to Meet Monday

    A task force created to address statutes and regulations that impact public education in New Jersey is set to meet Monday in Pittsgrove Township to discuss the state’s education regulations.

    According to a report from NJ.com, the meeting will be the first of two public hearings scheduled this week, with the second set for Tuesday at Seton Hall University.

    The task force, named the Governor’s Education Transformation Task Force, was established by Governor Chris Christie in April.

    NJ.com reports the task force consists of nine teachers and administrators from across the state.

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