New Jersey Governor Chris Christie blasts teachers’ unions (again)

December 1, 2010 06:23

Christie pointed out that New Jersey spends an average of $18,000 per pupil, per year. Despite that, 205 schools in the state are deemed to be chronically failing.

By Amanda Carey – The Daily Caller

“I’ve said to those folks in the Democrat Party that represent some of the most ill-served children in our state…that they’re ignoring the issue. It’s unacceptable.”
But while Christie had plenty to say to bad teachers and corrupt lawmakers, he reserved his finest moments for talking about the NJEA, telling the audience that it is “time to do what the teachers’ unions say they do everyday — put the children first.”
“Our children can no longer stand the consequences of this kind of conduct,” Christie said.

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