On July 20, N.J. Senate President Steve Sweeney met with local school board members, NJSBA staff and other legislators at a forum organized by NJSBA to discuss the school funding reform plan that Sweeney is sponsoring, S-2372 . Dan Sinclair, NJSBA vice president for county activities, participated, as did board members from Wall Township, Lacey, Neptune City, Millburn, Paterson, Brick, Neptune City, Monmouth County, Plainfield, Parsippany-Troy Hills, South River, Jersey City, Hamilton, Lavallette, Pemberton Township, Clementon and Clearview. In the photograph here, from left to right, are: Michael Vrancik, NJSBA director of governmental relations; Assemblywoman Joann Downey; Senate President Steve Sweeney; Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling; and Mark Magyar, policy director, of the N.J.Senate Democratic office. Assemblywoman Downey and Assemblyman Houghtaling are the sponsors of the Assembly version of the plan.

On July 20, N.J. Senate President Steve Sweeney met with local school board members, NJSBA staff and other legislators at a forum organized by NJSBA to discuss the school funding reform plan that Sweeney is sponsoring, S-2372 . Dan Sinclair, NJSBA vice president for county activities, participated, as did board members from Wall Township, Lacey, Neptune City, Millburn, Paterson, Brick, Neptune City, North Hanover, Parsippany-Troy Hills, South River, Jersey City, Hamilton, Lavallette, Pemberton Township, Hillside, West New York and East Windsor. In the photograph here, from left to right, are: Michael Vrancik, NJSBA director of governmental relations; Assemblywoman Joann Downey; Senate President Steve Sweeney; Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling; and Mark Magyar, policy director, of the N.J. Senate Democratic office. Assemblywoman Downey and Assemblyman Houghtaling are the sponsors of the Assembly version of the plan.

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