Its official information?sheet given out at tonight’s meeting explains how Gov. Christie shortchanged Galloway out of $4.1 million (15 cents on tax rate) from ?Property Tax Relief Fund? ?created by NJ State Income Tax.? State also forced Galloway to pay for these expensive new programs:?? ?Partnership of Assessment for Readiness of College and Careers (PAARC)? additional ?mandatory testing, ?Common Core State Standards (English Language Arts and Math?, expanded ?iPad and laptop purchases?, and ?Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB)? law signed by Gov. Christie in 2011, including one ?District Anti-Bullying Co-Ordinator? and five ?School Level Anti-Bullying Specialists?.?? www.libertyandprosperity.org.
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