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High school sports spending grows as budgets get tighter in New Jersey

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Posted: Monday, October 26, 2009 9:00 am

School districts in other states have cut deeply into high school sports to save money. But public schools in New Jersey continue to add to the more than $200 million per year spent on high school athletics, making the state No. 1 nationally in the number of championship-level sports.

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