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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Plug-In Electric Vehicles Continue to Spark Interest in New Jersey
Tom Johnson | July 18, 2012 | Energy & Environment
But dearth of public charging stations -- as well as high sticker prices -- are slowing adoption.
The 'Other' Online Charters Get Ready for New School Year in NJ
John Mooney | July 18, 2012 | Education
Two charters that blend virtual teaching with traditional classroom education have been approved by state DOE.
Small Brewers Are Fermenting Hope for Passage of Brewery Law
Tara Nurin | July 18, 2012 | More Issues
NJ Adds School Districts to Test New Teacher, Principal Evaluations
John Mooney | July 18, 2012 | Education
Pilots are seen as critical test of new tenure standards still unsigned by Gov. Christie.
Op-Ed: What the Waiver Rule Does -- and Doesn't -- Do
Philip J. Morin III | July 18, 2012 | Energy & Environment, Opinion
Rarely recognized as such, the rule actually is a pragmatic approach to the protection of New Jersey's environment.
Number of the Day: 202
| July 18, 2012 | Number of The Day
The Office of the State Comptroller looked at the pension rolls of 58 municipalities and school systems and found 202 pension enrollees that were improperly credited as employees and given pension credits, despite the fact that they were independent contractors.
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