N.J.’s Residence-Only Law Worries Some Schools | NJSpotlight.com | John Mooney | 11/2/11

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NJ First Act aims to save jobs for residents but could backfire on teachers. This new law requires all new public employees, hired after September 1, 2011, to live in New Jersey. Some fear this law would make it even tougher to attract out-of-state talent, especially, for urban school districts bordering Pennsylvania and New York.

For full article see N.J.’s Residence-Only Law Worries Some Schools at NJ Spotlight.



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