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Topic: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
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Richard Strausz

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Re: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
Posted: Jul 18, 2006 3:16 PM
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> According to an article that I read several years
> ago, in New York City one-third of the education
> budget is spent on teachers and students, and
> two-thirds feeds the troughs of the voracious
> bureaucracy. Does anyone know what the split is in
> Englewood City or in other NJ cities?

I don't know the percents anywhere, but I do know that it isn't a clear distinction. Here is a test Dom. Which of the following would you classify as being for "teachers and students?"
bus drivers
school secretaries
classroom cleaning staff
assistant principals

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