New Jersey Revised Statutes § 18a:38-10 - Attendance Outside Of State

18A:38-10. Attendance outside of state
Any board of education of a district may arrange for the attendance of any or all of the pupils of the district in the public school or schools of an adjacent school district outside of the state, if it shall determine that it is advisable so to do in order to secure better school facilities for the pupils or for reasons of economy or other good cause and that it is inadvisable for said pupils to attend public schools in another school district within the state because of the distance to be traveled, the topography of the intervening country, the condition of the roads or the likelihood of unusual hazardous traveling conditions during certain seasons of the year, and if the commissioner shall concur in the determination of the board and give his consent thereto, but the commissioner may withdraw such consent upon reasonable notice whenever the reason or reasons for giving his consent shall cease to exist.

L.1967, c.271.

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