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New Jersey's School Report Cards
The annual New Jersey School Report Card is required under a 1995 state law. It presents thirty-five fields of information for each school in the following categories: school environment, students, student performance indicators, staff, and district finances.
New Jersey School Directory
The school district file contains names of superintendents, business administrators, and board secretaries. It also includes charter schools. The school file contains names of principals.
County and Municipal Web Sites for New Jersey
Web sites about New Jersey municipalities. These links may or may not be "official" pages for these towns. They contain some useful information about the municipality and its surrounding area.
Camden County
In 1926, President Calvin Coolidge dedicated the Delaware River Bridge, later renamed for Benjamin Franklin. It opened the way for commuters to work in Philadelphia and live in the Camden suburbs. A second bridge, the Walt Whitman, opened 31 years later, connecting Philadelphia and Gloucester City. In 1976, the Betsy Ross Bridge, linking Philadelphia and Pennsauken, opened to traffic.

These routes and the development of high-speed rail transportation between Camden and Philadelphia helped to push the county's population over the half-million mark. This, combined with a broad economic and industrial base, several centers for higher education, three major hospitals, and an excellent interstate road system and connections, offer a bright future for the county.
Cumberland County
Since its separation from Salem County in January of 1748, until now, Cumberland County has grown into a region of almost 150,000 people who compose a multi-faceted community of diverse ethnic groups. Each of these groups have contributed to the rich cultural heritage of our 14 townships, boroughs, and municipalities. They have also significantly contributed to our continued progress. Founded on a firm agricultural base, which continues to flourish today, progress had brought the glass, canning, oyster, and clothing industries to our County. Today, Cumberland County continues to progress as retail businesses and manufacturing concerns seek the attractions of our area.
Gloucester County
Dotted with woods and beautiful lakes, traversed by beautiful streams, Old Gloucester County possesses a historical background that places it foremost in our Country's history. Historical shrines abound throughout the County. Major Revolutionary War Battlegrounds with original trenches and weapons carefully preserved, distinctive and outstanding Early American architecture, exemplified by beautiful old homes of notable Patriots, churches, and public buildings are generously scattered throughout the county and are a constant inspiration to the citizenry.
Salem County
Want to know something about Salem County, New Jersey? Then this is the site for you.

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