NEW JERSEYANS SUPPORT EQUAL EDUCATIONAL SPENDING FOR ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS; ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE’S PUBIC SCHOOLS IMPROVES VOUCHERS PREFERRED OVER CHARTER SCHOOLS

Posted at 12:01 am March 17, 1996, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Education, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Eight-in-ten New Jersey residents agree that spending for education must be equal in all of New Jersey’s school districts. However, when it comes to having adequate local ftrnding, New iersevans are divided. Forty-four percent say their school district has enough money to provide a ( quality education, and 45 percent say their district needs additional funding. However, half of the state’s residents would vote against any local property tax increase to provide additional funding for their schools.

 

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