How New Jersey's schools made up for Superstorm Sandy

Friday, May 31, 2013

More than 40 percent of New Jersey's school kids saw traditional holidays, such as Martin Luther King Day or President's Day, cancelled this year.

A quarter had a shortened spring break.

And 40 percent will remain in classrooms longer this month, with lessons stretching well into June and some graduations pushed back later into the month.

All thanks to Superstorm Sandy.

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