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Christie Makes it Official, Selects Cerf as New Jersey's Ed Commissioner

Taking things from the realm of speculation to official confirmation, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced today that he is nominating Christopher Cerf to serve as his state's education commissioner, calling him an "innovative, reform-minded and experienced education professional."

In a statement, Cerf said the Republican governor has "put forward a bold plan and vision for remaking the system and taking on the challenges of inequity that currently exist."

See our earlier post for more details.

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