By Leslie Brody | The Wall Street Journal
“Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed budget keeps aid for operating New Jersey school districts flat for the 2018 fiscal year at nearly $9.2 billion, to the relief of education leaders who had feared drastic cuts.
In his final budget address, Mr. Christie, a Republican, called for leaders of the Democratic-controlled Legislature to work with him to come up with a new formula for funding schools before summer vacation.
‘If we don’t do it in 100 days, shame on us,’ he said. He called the current system ‘unfair and broken.'”