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Judge Rules Against Parents in Camden Case, Kids to Remain in District Schools

Citing poor test grades and decaying public schools does not sway judge in petition for emergent relief

An administrative law judge yesterday ruled against three Camden parents hoping to yank their kids from public schools on the grounds that they were failing to provide a “through and efficient” education. (more…)

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ATTORNEYS CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR RELIEF FOR PARENTS WITH CHILDREN IN FAILING SCHOOLS

Vargas Vs. Camden

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THREE CAMDEN PARENTS DENIED IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO CONSTITUTIONALLY ADEQUATE EDUCATION FOR THEIR CHILDREN

Early this afternoon attorneys for parents of three Camden public school students who filed a class action complaint with Education Commissioner Cerf, against the Camden Board of Education, seeking the immediate transfer of their children from Camden Public Schools, announced that the application for immediate relief was denied by Judge Edward J. Delanoy, Jr ALJ. (more…)

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