ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME: NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS FAVOR ALLOWING CHILDREN WITH AIDS TO REMAIN IN SCHOOL; PUBLIC VERY AWARE, FAIRLY CONCERNED, BUT ONLY PARTLY INFORMED ABOUT THE DISEASE

Posted at 12:01 am March 30, 1986, in New Jersey Politics & Issues, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Over 80 percent of the New Jersey public feels that children with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, or AIDS, should be allowed to attend schools, according to the latest Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll. There is some disagreement, however, on whether these children should be allowed to attend regular classes or if they should be taught separately.

 

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