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  • NJ: District scores with professional communications
    When officials of Lenape Regional High School District (LRHSD) in Shamong, N.J., went to bat for a three-part referendum that took place March 8, 2005, they didn’t carry the day, but scored a major accomplishment by winning approval for much-needed upgrades to their aging high schools.
  • NJ: Small academies help students make the grade
    Summary: This high school transitioned from a traditional high school to one that houses smaller learning communities called academies that are modeled after the Talent Development High School. Along with three specific career academies the school included a special ninth grade academy. As a result student achievement, attendance, and parental involvement have all increased.

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