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Fight among N.J. public schools over Facebook money


Last fall Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated $100 million to improve local schools, but some are worried the money will be funneled to the wrong places, Education News reports. It was roughly nine months ago when Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced a $100 million gift to improve public schools in Newark, N.J. The long-awaited plan to spend the money is finally now starting to take shape as a new superintendent has been brought in to lead the contentious effort.  But in New Jersey, initial jubilation over the gift has turned into protests, suspicion and a belief that students will never benefit from the money…

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