I quote from Education Commissioner Bret Schundler’s application: “In new Jersey, we have written into our state constitution the requirement that the State make freely available to every child a THOROUGH education.” No it doesn’t. The state Constitution requires a “thorough and efficient system” of education. Schundler’s application leaves out “efficient” and “system.” There is a big difference between a system being required and an individual education being required.So an education for each individual child in NJ is not required - just a system. I guess if individual kids couldn't get into this "T&E" system, that would be OK with Bob.
But it would still be "thorough." Or something.