Monday, December 20, 2010

Governor Christie Appoints Christopher Cerf to be New Jersey Education Commissioner

Recently, Chris Christie nominated Christopher Cerf, a former New York education official to be the New Jersey education commissioner. Cerf backs Gov. Christie’s commitments to school choice, merit pay, and accountability. Cerf also recognizes a need for equality in education among different socioeconomic groups and hopes to improve the educational circumstances of those in poverty. Teacher unions are somewhat optimistic about the new appointment hoping that it will spark a fresh start to negotiations with administration.

Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal

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