TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A coalition that wants New Jersey to speed up the repair and replacement of run-down schools across the state st
The photos displayed Wednesday in Trenton by the group Healthy Schools Now showed crumbling ceilings, broken windows, peeling paint and other poor conditions in several public school systems, including in Trenton and Paterson.
The coalition entitled its outdoor exhibit “A Blind Eye: the Immorality of Inaction.”
It urged the public to contact the Christie administration and the state Schools Development Authority to press for quicker action.
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