Two-thirds of low-income school districts in New Jersey don’t have adequate space to serve their students, according to a report by the NJ Department of Education (DOE).

“The report makes clear the enormous unmet needs in the SDA districts, and the continued failure of the current administration to address overcrowding and educational adequacy,” said Jerell Blakeley, campaign organizer with the NJ Work Environment Council and coordinator of the Healthy Schools Now campaign.

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