Can We Stop Equating More Cash With More Achievement?

“Despite the worst fiscal situation since the Great Depression, Gov. Corzine and the Democratic Legislature made education a top priority in the state budget and invested more money into our classrooms,” said Greenwald (D-Camden). “The education investments we’re making enhance our quality of life, build stronger communities and provide for continuing economic growth, and these latest numbers clearly show a positive trend for all our children.”
Assembly Budget Chairman Louis D. Greenwald and Assemblywoman Pamela R. Lampitt's press release praising the progress made by Jon Corzine and the Legislature in closing the achievement gap.