Who are Iraq’s Sunni Arabs and What did we Do to them? | Informed Comment

via Who are Iraq’s Sunni Arabs and What did we Do to them? | Informed Comment.

The two great branches of Islam coexist in Iraq across linguistic and ethnic groups. There are Sunni Arabs and Shiite Arabs, Sunni Kurds and (a tiny minority of) Shiite Kurds. Arabs are a linguistic group, speaking a Semitic language. Kurds speak and Indo-European language related to English.

Sunnism and Shiism as we know them have evolved over nearly a millennium and a half. But the difference between them begins after the death of the Prophet Muhammad in 632 AD (CE) in in western Arabia. Muhammad, the son of Abdallah, had derived from the noble Quraysh clan. Those who became the Shiites insisted he should be succeeded by Ali, his cousin and son-in-law (and the next best thing to a living son). This dynastic principle was rejected by the group that became the Sunnis. They turned for leadership to prominent notables of the Quraysh, whom they saw as caliphs or vicars of the Prophet. The first three caliphs were his in-laws, but Sunni principles said that they needn’t have been– any prominent, pious male of the Quraysh would have done.

There is a vague analogy to the split between Catholicism and Protestantism, on the difference between seeing Peter as the foundation of the Church and of seeing Paul as that.

Iraq was part of the medieval caliphates– the Orthodox Caliphs, then the Umayyad Arab kingdom, and then the Abbasids. In 1258 the invading Mongols (themselves Buddhists and animists) sacked Baghdad and executed the last caliph. It is said that they were warned that it was very bad luck to shed the blood of a caliph, so they rolled him up in a Persian rug and beat him to death with hammers.

Parts of what is now Iraq were ruled by the Mongol Il Khanid state (which gradually became Muslim), and then by fragmented small principalities until the rise of the two great Middle Eastern empires of the early modern period, the Safavid and the Ottoman. The Safavids, based in Iran, were Shiites and ruled Baghdad 1508-1534. Then the Ottomans, Sunnis based in what is now Turkey, took Iraq in 1534 and ruled it, with the exception of a couple of decades of Iranian reassertion, until World War I.

The elite of Iraq was Sunni since the medieval period, though there were always significant Shiite movements. In the course of the late 18th and the nineteenth centuries, under Ottoman rule, the tribes of the south of Iraq gradually converted to Shiite Islam. This may have been a form of protest against Ottoman oppression. It was in part influence from wealthy Shiite states in India after the fall of the Mughal Empire in the 1700s and before the imposition of British direct rule over all of North India from 1856. The Indian Shiite potentates or Nawabs gave money for the building of water canals out to the shrine cities of Najaf and Karbala in Iraq, which suffered from lack of water. Once the canals were built, tribes irrigated off them and settled near the holy cities, the residents of which proselytized them into Shiism.

The elites of Mosul and Baghdad, however, tied to patronage from the Ottoman Sultan, resisted this conversion movement and remained Sunnis, recognizing the four Orthodox Caliphs. From about 1880, Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II started claiming to be a caliph, on the medieval model. This claim wasn’t universally accepted but it was popular among Muslims in colonized British India in particular. The British, French and Russians defeated the Ottomans in World War I, after which the empire collapsed. In 1924 the new secular Republic of Turkey under Mustafa Kemal Attaturk abolished the caliphate. Sunnis became like Protestants, organized by country and lacking a central node of authority. Some fundamentalist Sunnis refused to accept this situation and dreamed of reconstituting the caliphate as a center of authority that could unite 1.5 billion Muslims and deliver them from their divided estate and consequent weakness in the face of the West.

When the British took Iraq during World War I, after the Ottomans unwisely allied with Germany and Austria, they mainly turned to the Sunni elites as partners in building a new “Mandate” or colony recognized by the League of Nations. When the Iraqis revolted in 1920 against the prospect of British colonialism, desiring independent statehood instead, the British brought in Faisal as king. He was the son of Sharif Hussein of Mecca, and a Sunni, who had allied with the British (think Lawrence of Arabia) to revolt against the Ottomans during the war.

Faisal lacked roots in Iraq, and turned, in order to rule the country, to the Sunni mercantile and bureaucratic elites of Baghdad and Mosul. He also picked up the remnants of the Ottoman-trained officer corps to constitute his new military, almost all of them Sunnis (the Sunni Ottomans were skittish about 12er Shiite officers).

Although the Shiites were a majority in Iraq, Sunnis predominated in positions of power and wealth throughout the twentieth century. When the Baath Party, a secular, socialist and nationalist movement, came to power in 1968, it was dominated by Sunnis from the area north of Baghdad. The Baathists created a one-party state and repressed religious Shiites (and also religious Sunnis who mixed in politics). The high generals, bureaucrats, entrepreneurs and politicians were Sunni. There were Shiites in the Baath Party, but they had less status than the Sunnis. After the Gulf War of 1990-91 when the US and allies pushed Iraq back out of Kuwait, the Shiites of south Iraq rose up. The US had urged them to do so, but stood by while the Baath massacred the Shiites. The Shiite religious parties interpreted this spring 1991 repression as sectarian genocide. Belonging to the main Shiite religious party, the Da’wa (Call or Mission) Party, was made a capital crime by the Baath already in 1980 and members were often killed and put in mass graves.

In the 1990s when Iraq was under severe US and UN sanctions, some lived on smuggling oil and other goods out to Jordan. The Jordanian form of modern Sunni fundamentalism, or Salafism, made inroads into Iraq along truck stop towns like Fallujah and Ramadi. The Baath Party, although hostile, winked at this development because sanctions made it weak. At the same time, Baath leader Izzat Duri developed ties of patronage with the Naqshbandi Sufi order in Mosul. Sufism or Muslim mysticism is the opposite of fundamentalism, valuing rituals and saints and mystical experiences of God. Both Salafism and Sufism had a revival in the 1990s.

The US overthrew Saddam Hussein of the Baath Party in 2003 in alliance with Shiite groups primarily. Those Shiite groups wanted revenge on the disproportionately Sunni Baath Party. They carried out a program of “de-Baathification,” in which they fired tens of thousands of Sunni Arabs from their government jobs as bureaucrats and even teachers. They hired Shiite clients instead. The Neocons hated the state-owned industries, and closed them down as inefficient without putting anything in their place. The Bush administration backed Shiite supremacism and debaathification to the hilt. Its proponents likened it to de-Nazification after WW II in Germany, but actually former Nazis below the top level in Germany typically kept their jobs.

In the new Iraq, Sunni high status was turned upside down. The Sunnis had been the top graduates of the officer training academies, the equivalent of West Point. They disproportionately dominated the officer corps. They were at the top of the Baath Party. They were the rich entrepreneurs to whom lucrative government contracts were given. Now they were made unemployed, or given menial jobs, while the goodies went to the members of Shiite religious parties. Massive unemployment swept the Sunni cities in 2003-2004.

In 2005 the US was maneuvered by Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani and his allies, all Shiites, into having parliamentary elections. Because of the US military attack on Sunni Fallujah, the Sunnis of Mosul, Ramadi and elsewhere boycotted that election. Sistani had insisted that the parliament also function as a constituent assembly to draft the constitution. There were almost no Sunnis in the first 2005 parliament, so the constitution was crafted by the Shiites and the Kurds. They Sunnis rejected it in their provinces by a solid majority (by 2/3s in two provinces).

Sunnis all along were nervous about the Shiite-Kurdish government erected under the Americans and some turned to guerrilla warfare. When guerrillas blew up the Golden Dome shrine in Samarra in February 2006, a site sacred to Shiites, it kicked off a civil war. In summer of 2006 3000 people were being killed a month. Shiite militias ethnically cleansed Sunnis from mixed neighborhoods in Baghdad. When Gen. Petraeus conducted his troop escalation (‘surge’), he disarmed the Sunni militias first, inadvertently leaving Sunnis in the capital vulnerable to threats and night raids. The Sunnis ran away to Syria and Jordan or to Mosul. After a while there were few mixed neighborhoods and it was harder for Shiites and Sunnis to get at one another, so the violence subsided.

In the one-chamber Iraqi parliament, Sunnis would always be a minority. When they stopped boycotting they typically got 56 seats. The Shiites and Kurds typically allied against them so that they lost all important votes. In 2010, they united behind the Iraqiya Party of ex-Baathist Ayad Allawi, which became of the largest single party in parliament, with 91 seats. But Allawi could not find Shiite or Kurdish allies to bring his total up to 51% and so could only have headed a minority government open to being toppled at any time by a vote of no confidence. In contrast Nouri al-Maliki of the Da’wa Party put together, with Iran’s help, a Shiite majority and allied with the Kurds for a super-majority. President Jalal Talabani therefore appointed al-Maliki to a second term.

Secular groups like the 1920 Revolution Brigades and the Army of Muhammad, and Sufi ones like the Men of the Naqshbandiya, formed cells to fight the American occupation. Another of the Sunni insurgent groups was al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia, led by the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. He was killed in 2006, but it made no difference to the movement, which continued to blow things up. When US military officers in the field in 2005 tried to reach out to disaffected Sunni tribes, Condi Rice is said to have stopped them, lest Washington offend its Shiite allies in Baghdad. Al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia later started styling itself the Islamic State of Iraq. It engaged in extensive terrorist operations in a bid to stop the new Shiite-dominated government from establishing itself. When the revolution in Syria turned violent in late 2011, its fighters went there and the organization became the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (or Iraq and the Levant). It is said to have received money from rich private businessmen in Kuwait who support the fundamentalist Salafi form of Sunni Islam, and which typically hates Shiites. ISIS became the best fighters and they captured Syrian Baath military bases and took towns like Raqqa and Aleppo neighborhoods.

From 2011 when there was a ‘Sunni Arab Spring’ in Iraq, with urban youth demonstrations and demands for an end to discrimination, the al-Maliki government heavy-handedly repressed it. If it instead had accommodated those moderate young people in their demands, it might have avoided losing the Sunni areas to religious extremists.

In the 2014 elections, the Sunnis did poorly and it was clear that they would continue to be marginalized in parliament by Shiites and Kurds. The Shiite-dominated government provided them with few services or jobs. Although Iraq is an oil state, you can’t tell it. I was in Baghdad last year this time and it was dowdy and nothing like Abu Dhabi or Dubai. In Mosul, residents complained of electricity outages and lack of services or jobs. Shiite troops often put up Shiite insignia to humiliate Sunnis. They frisked Sunnis at checkpoints. Sunnis felt as though they were frozen out of meaningful power and treated as though under Shiite occupation. This situation derived in part from the invidious Bush policies of backing the Shiites against the Sunnis.

ISIS, having gained fighting experience and a taste of urban administration in Syria, expanded its cells back in Fallujah, Ramadi and Mosul in western and northern Iraq. Last January it took over Fallujah and parts of Ramadi west of Baghdad. Last week it took over Mosul and most other towns in Ninevah Province. This was not primarily a military conquest but a coordinated urban uprising against Iraqi security forces, in coordination with other Sunni groups, including secular ex-Baathists. ISIS also tried to advance into Salahuddin and Diyala Provinces, though it seems to have been checked there by the Iraqi army and Sunni tribal and urban allies. At the moment, ISIS is a force in al-Anbar and Ninevah Provinces, which are mostly Sunni Arab. But they are demographically vastly outnumbered by the Kurds and Shiites, who could well riposte militarily.

Sunni Iraqis had been in the 20th century cosmopolitan and often modernists. Many were liberals yearning for democracy. From 1968 they turned to more of a Soviet model, a strongly secular one. They have turned in desperation to rural fundamentalists who want a medieval caliphate only because of the vast reversal in their fortunes resulting from the Bush invasion and occupation, and the unfair policies of the Shiite government, which has turned them from an elite into an underclass. They are capable, trained, educated people. They aren’t going to put up with that, and if turning to al-Qaeda is the only way to avoid that fate, they are often willing now to do it.

The Most Expensive Fruits in the World | FirstWeFeast.com

How ’bout them apples? Here are eight exotic fruits that will literally break the bank.

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Basic Mudras

Gyan Mudra – Mudra of Knowledge

Method: Touch the tip of the thumb to the tip of the index finger, with the other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: A mudra of knowledge, it enhances the knowledge. The tip of thumb correlates to the pituitary and endocrine glands. When you press these centers with the index finger the two glands work actively.

Time duration: No particular time duration for this mudra. You can practice while sitting, standing or lying on a bed whenever and wherever you have time.

Benefits: Increases memory power and sharpens the brain, Enhances concentration and prevents insomnia, when practiced regularly, it will relieve psychological disorders like Hysteria, Anger and Depression

Prithvi Mudra -Mudra of Earth

Method: Tip of the ring finger touches the tip of the thumb with the other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: Reduces all physical weaknesses.

Time duration: Has no particular time duration. Practice it any time.

Benefits: Helps to increase weight for weak life-force people, Improves the complexion of skin and makes the skin glow, Promotes body functionality

Varuna Mudra – Mudra of Water

Method: Tip of little finger touches the tip of thumb with the other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: Balances the water content and prevents all diseases which come due to lack of water.

Time duration: Has no specific time duration.

Benefits: Retains clarity in blood by balancing water content in the body

Prevents the pain of Gastroenteritis and Muscle Shrinkage

Vayu Mudra – Mudra of Air

Method: Keep the index finger on the base of the thumb and press with the thumb keeping the other three fingers straight.

Specialty: Prevents diseases that occur due to imbalances in the air.

Time duration: The practice of this mudra for 45 minutes reduces the severity of disease in 12 to 24 hours. For better results practice for 40-60 days.

Benefits: Relieves Rheumatism, Arthritis, Gout, Parkinson’s disease and paralysis without any medicine, Useful for Cervical Spondilytis, paralysis of the face, and pressure on nerves in neck, Relieves gas pressure in the stomach

Shunya Mudra – Mudra of Emptiness

Method: Keep the middle finger at the mount of Venus and press with the thumb.

Specialty: Reduces the dullness in the body.

Time duration: One can practice this for 40 to 60 minutes daily until relieved.

Benefits: Relieves an earache within 4 or 5 minutes, Useful for the deaf and mentally challenged.

Surya Mudra – Mudra of the Sun

Method: Bend the ring finger and press it with thumb.

Specialty: Correlates to the thyroid gland.

Time duration: Practice twice daily for 5 to 15 minutes.

Benefits: Reduces cholesterol in body and helps in reducing weight

Reduces anxiety, Corrects or relieves indigestion

Prana Mudra – Mudra of Life

Method: Bend ring finger and little finger and touch the tip of thumb with their tips keeping the remaining two fingers stretched.

Specialty: As it is the mudra of life, this improves the life force. The weak become strong. Reduces clumps in blood vessels. Practiced regularly this promotes physical activity.

Time duration: No specific time duration. One can practice it any time.

Benefits: Improves immunity, Improves the power of the eyes and reduces eye related issues, Relieves vitamin deficiency and fatigue

Apana Mudra – Mudra of Digestion

Method: The tips of middle finger and ring finger touch the tip of thumb while the other two fingers are stretched out.

Specialty: Plays an important role in our health as it regulates the excretory system. Note: Your health and wellness is absolutely dependant on the rapid removal of systemic waste. Toxicity can be mitigated if removed from the body rapidly.

Time duration: Practice daily for 45 minutes, but practicing for longer period yields more benefits.

Benefits: Regulates diabetes, Relieves constipation and piles, Helps establish regular excretion of solid waste

Apana Vayu Mudra – Mudra of the Heart

Method: The tips of the middle finger and ring finger touch the tip of thumb, while the index finger touches the base of thumb and the little finger is stretched out.

Specialty: Benefits the heart and works like an injection in the reduction of heart attack. Reduces the gas content in body.

Time duration: Practice as many times as you can. Heart patients and BP patients can practice twice for 15 minutes daily for better results.

Benefits: Strengthens the heart and regularizes palpitation, Regulates excretory system, Relieves gastric issues

Linga Mudra – Mudra of Heat

Method: Interlock the fingers of both hands and keep the thumb of the left hand vertically straight and encircle it with the thumb and the index finger of the right hand.

Specialty: Generates heat in the body. Take milk, ghee, more water and fruit juices in addition to the practice of this mudra for many benefits.

Time duration: Practice any time. But do not over-practice as it produces heat in the body. It can cause excessive sweating even in winter.

Benefits: Stops production of phlegm and gives power to lungs, Relieves severe cold and bronchial infections, Invigorates the body

Thumb – Fire; Index – Air; Middle – Ether or Space; Ring – Earth; Pinky -Water.

Can be performed at any time in any way, sitting, standing, walking or travelling. Maximum benefit is by doing it in sitting posture, especially in sukhasana (easy pose), vajrasana, or padmasana.

In the initial phase mudras should be performed for at least 10 minutes and then can be extended to 30 minutes to 1 hour. It is not necessary to leave all your normal work for 1 hour to perform mudras as it can be done at any time, any place, and in any posture, even if you can’t perform all at one stretch you can practice in 2-3 installments.

FOR EYES:

Vayu Mudra prevents heavy eyelids – 3 times a day before meals for 15 min.

Varuna Mudra for burning, dry eyes – Sit (palms on knees) and practice for 3x a day, 10-15 min

Gyan Mudra for weak eyesight and retina – 3x a day 15 min

Surya or Prithvi Mudra (Cataract) – 3x at least 10 min, seated facing east

Jala Samhar Mudra (excess tears, phlegm)- Press down on little finger, 2-3x – 15 times per session

Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out – Vox

Gallup asked people around the country whether they would move away from their states, given the chance. As it turns out, half of Illinois residents and 49 percent of all Connecticutians Connecticutese? Connecticuters? want to change states. In addition, it looks like a good chunk of the northeastern seaboard is just itching to pack up a U-Haul.

via Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out – Vox.

State of the Air 2014 | American Lung Association

The American Lung Association State of the Air 2014 report ranks the metropolitan areas based on ozone and particle pollution during 2010, 2011 and 2012. For particle pollution, we rank separately the areas with high year-round (annual average) levels and high short-term levels (24-hour) found in monitoring sites across the United States. We take official data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to compile the rankings. For more information about how we grade and rank cities, go to Methodology.

Most Polluted Cities

The cities are ranked by the air quality in the most polluted county in the metropolitan area. Click on the city name to open links to a chart of the trends for ozone and year-round particle levels, as well as more information about air pollution and the local Lung Association. Note that some cities rank high on one list and don’t show up on other lists because of the differences in their pollution problems. Each city includes all the counties that form the economic and transportation network that makes up the metropolitan area as defined by the federal government.

Cleanest Cities

The cities on the cleanest cities lists for ozone and for short-term levels of particle pollution had no days with unhealthy levels of ozone or particle pollution. These lists are not ranked because all the cities earned the same scores. The cities on the list of the cleanest for year-round particle pollution levels are ranked by their average levels of particles, as calculated by the EPA. Note that some cities are clean for one category, but not for others.

County rankings and cleanest county lists are also available in the full report.

via City Rankings – State of the Air 2014 | American Lung Association.

Units of measurement in the Classical Language Tamil

Tamil texts elaborate whole numbers like 10^21= AAMBAL or a numeral like 1,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,000 = MAHAYUGAM = Ten Undecillion = 10  to the power of 37 or 1/2,323,824,530,227,200,000,000 = THAERTTHUGAL

Read this interesting article in Wikipedia for more: Tamil units of measurement

Thai Life Tearjerker Ad – Business Insider

A heartwarming new ad from Thai Life Insurance has brought southeast Asia to tears and is now making its way to computer screens around the world.

In the East, super-sad ads designed to make viewers bawl and sob as their hearts melt are a time-honored advertising tradition. No mawkish stone goes unturned in brands’ fight to make Asian consumers’ eyes water and throats catch. Google, Thai Life Insurance, and the Thai mobile company TrueMove H are among brands that have aired ultraheavy ads recently.

The new Thai Life ad, named “Unsung Hero,” shows one virtuous young man as he performs random acts of kindness on a regular basis. He gives up his bus seat to a woman who is standing, brings bananas to an elderly neighbor, and donates money to a young girl on the street raising funds to pay for an education.

via Thai Life Tearjerker Ad – Business Insider.

 

Heartbleed bug affects gadgets everywhere

What does exposure actually mean? What could be hacked? Here is a rundown, provided by researchers at security provider SilverSky and Singlehop.

Work phone: At least four types of Cisco IP phones were affected. If the phones are not behind a protective network firewall, someone could use Heartbleed to tap into your phone’s memory banks. That would yield audio snippets of your conversation, your voicemail password and call log.

Company video conference: Some versions of Cisco’s WebEx service are vulnerable. Hackers could grab images on the shared screen, audio and video too.

VPN: Some versions of Juniper’s virtual private network service are compromised. If anyone tapped in, they could grab whatever is on your computer’s memory at the time. That includes entire sessions on email, banking, social media — you name it.

Smartphone: To let employees access work files from their iPhones and Android devices, some companies opt for Cisco’s AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client app for iOS, which was impacted by Heartbleed. An outsider could have seen whatever you accessed with that app.

Switches: One type of Cisco software that runs Internet switches is at risk. They’re notoriously hard to access, but they could let an outsider intercept traffic coming over the network.

via Heartbleed bug affects gadgets everywhere – Apr. 11, 2014.

Global Warming Blamed on Humans With 99.9% Certainty, New Study Suggests

Global Warming Blamed on Humans With 99.9% Certainty, New Study SuggestsPosted by: Chelsea Alves 1 hour agoClimate change, also known as global warming, is with 99.9% certainty man-made, a nonlinear physicist at McGill University concluded; in a paper published in Climate Dynamics.

In his paper tilted “Scaling fluctuation analysis and statistical hypothesis testing of anthropogenic warming,” Shaun Lovejoy can’t prove one negative — that humans aren’t ruining our planet. What he was able to do was demolish the claim that natural variability is the root cause of the world warming, not to mention extreme weather phenomena the world has recently been experiencing.

via Global Warming Blamed on Humans With 99.9% Certainty, New Study Suggests.

Schools in New Jersey

Here is a little useful information for someone looking for school districts in New Jersey. The information provided on this article was based on the data available in the NJ Department of Education’s portal.

The following graph provides the distribution of schools within each New Jersey County.

The table below provides the NJ counties and the distribution of schools within each County.

Row Labels Pre-K Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
ATLANTIC 30 41 40 40 40 37 37 35 30 30 13 13 13 13
BERGEN 84 162 162 162 161 157 148 99 84 84 59 59 59 59
BURLINGTON 46 67 67 68 65 61 54 39 38 38 25 25 25 25
CAMDEN 62 103 102 102 102 100 91 62 54 51 28 27 27 27
CAPE MAY 10 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 11 11 6 6 6 6
CHARTERS 2 2 2 2 2 2
CUMBERLAND 12 32 32 31 32 32 30 22 20 21 7 7 6 6
ESSEX 85 158 157 157 156 157 145 106 97 89 57 55 53 53
GLOUCESTER 22 34 37 40 40 39 36 29 19 19 17 17 17 17
HUDSON 67 82 84 84 83 82 80 75 62 60 29 28 28 27
HUNTERDON 22 29 29 30 30 28 25 25 23 23 9 9 9 9
MERCER 14 62 62 62 64 54 53 20 20 20 19 19 19 19
MIDDLESEX 43 109 110 110 111 104 98 44 45 46 39 39 39 39

The following table gives the complete list of NJ schools districts and the number of schools under each district.

School District County # of Schools
THE NEWARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS ESSEX 73
PATERSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS PASSAIC 46
Jersey City Public Schools HUDSON 39
Elizabeth Public Schools UNION 33
CAMDEN CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMDEN 26
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT MIDDLESEX 24
Hamilton Township MERCER 24
Trenton Public Schools MERCER 21
East Orange School District ESSEX 20
Cherry Hill Public Schools CAMDEN 19
Edison Township Public Schools MIDDLESEX 19
Toms River Regional School District OCEAN 18
CITY OF VINELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION CUMBERLAND 17
Clifton Public Schools PASSAIC 17
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONMOUTH 17
Passaic City Public Schools PASSAIC 16
Plainfield Public Schools UNION 15
Old Bridge Township School District MIDDLESEX 15
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Schools MORRIS 14
Union City School District HUDSON 14
MONROE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION GLOUCESTER 6
MIDDLESEX 8
WAYNE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS PASSAIC 14
GARFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 13
Bayonne Board of Education HUDSON 13
Brick Township Public Schools OCEAN 12
HOWELL TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONMOUTH 12
IRVINGTON BOARD OF EDUCATION ESSEX 12
Perth Amboy Public Schools MIDDLESEX 12
New Brunswick Public Schools MIDDLESEX 11
BLOOMFIELD BOARD OF EDUCATION ESSEX 11
PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION CAMDEN 11
Washington Township Public Schools GLOUCESTER 11
EAST BRUNSWICK PUBLIC SCHOOLS MIDDLESEX 11
Linden City Board of Education UNION 11
Montclair Public Schools ESSEX 11
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT SOMERSET 11
GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMDEN 11
ORANGE BOARD OF EDUCATION ESSEX 11
West Orange Public Schools ESSEX 11
Monmouth County Vocational School District MONMOUTH 10
WESTFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNION 10
South Brunswick Public Schools MIDDLESEX 10
Atlantic City Public Schools ATLANTIC 10
Pemberton Township Schools BURLINGTON 10
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT MORRIS 10
Ridgewood Public Schools BERGEN 10
West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District MERCER 10
Twp of Union Board of Education UNION 10
Hudson County Schools of Technology HUDSON 10
MILLVILLE BOARD OF EDUCATION CUMBERLAND 10
Jackson Township School District OCEAN 10
Piscataway Township Schools MIDDLESEX 10
South Plainfield Public Schools MIDDLESEX 9
Evesham Township School District BURLINGTON 9
Deptford Township Public School District GLOUCESTER 9
Fair Lawn Public Schools BERGEN 9
Hillsborough Township Public School District SOMERSET 9
Livingston Public Schools ESSEX 9
Summit Public Schools UNION 9
Franklin Township Public Schools SOMERSET 9
BELLEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ESSEX 9
LONG BRANCH PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONMOUTH 9
WEST NEW YORK BOARD OF EDUCATION HUDSON 9
South Orange-Maplewood School District ESSEX 9
West Milford Township Public Schools PASSAIC 8
Hazlet Township Public Schools MONMOUTH 8
Scotch Plains-Fanwood School District UNION 8
Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools MONMOUTH 8
Paramus Public Schools BERGEN 8
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION MONMOUTH 8
ROSELLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNION 8
Freehold Township School District MONMOUTH 8
Mount Laurel Township School District BURLINGTON 8
Bridgeton Public Schools CUMBERLAND 8
NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 8
Winslow Township School District CAMDEN 8
Jefferson Township MORRIS 7
Phillipsburg School District WARREN 7
Cranford Public School District UNION 7
PLEASANTVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 7
Collingswood Public Schools CAMDEN 7
Montville Township School District MORRIS 7
Wall Township Public Schools MONMOUTH 7
Lodi Public Schools BERGEN 7
Kearny HUDSON 7
Roxbury Township Public Schools MORRIS 7
Bergen County Special Services BERGEN 7
Sayreville Public Schools MIDDLESEX 7
Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District MONMOUTH 7
Bergenfield Borough School District BERGEN 7
Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools MIDDLESEX 7
Lyndhurst School District BERGEN 7
WILLINGBORO PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BURLINGTON 7
HADDON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CAMDEN 7
Millburn Township Schools ESSEX 7
NORTH BERGEN SCHOOL DISTRICT HUDSON 7
Lawrence Township Public Schools MERCER 7
NUTLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT ESSEX 7
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 7
Teaneck Public School BERGEN 7
Ocean County Vocational Technical School OCEAN 7
Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission MIDDLESEX 7
Medford Township Public Schools BURLINGTON 7
Hackensack City BERGEN 6
Princeton Public Schools MERCER 6
Flemington-Raritan Regional School District HUNTERDON 6
Mahwah Township Public Schools BERGEN 6
Mount Olive Township School District MORRIS 6
Hopewell Valley Regional School District MERCER 6
Verona Public Schools ESSEX 6
North Brunswick Township Public Schools MIDDLESEX 6
Fort Lee Public Schools BERGEN 6
Freehold Regional High School District MONMOUTH 6
Randolph Township Schools MORRIS 6
Barnegat Township School District OCEAN 6
Hillside Board of Education UNION 6
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATLANTIC 6
Vernon Township School District SUSSEX 6
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL PUBLIC SCHOOLS ESSEX 6
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MERCER 6
Glassboro Public Schools GLOUCESTER 6
Moorestown Township Public School District BURLINGTON 6
TENAFLY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERGEN 6
Bernards Township Public Schools SOMERSET 6
GLEN ROCK PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 6
Rahway Public School District UNION 6
The School District of the Chathams MORRIS 6
WESTWOOD REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 6
BERKELEY HEIGHTS PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNION 6
Rockaway Township School District MORRIS 6
Lacey Township School District OCEAN 6
Lakewood Township OCEAN 6
Manchester Township School District OCEAN 6
Springfield Public Schools UNION 5
PITMAN BORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS GLOUCESTER 5
Carteret Public Schools MIDDLESEX 5
Elmwood Park Board of Education BERGEN 5
Roselle Park Board of Education UNION 5
Englewood Public School District BERGEN 5
Union County Vocational-Technical School District UNION 5
Ewing Township Public Schools MERCER 5
PENNSVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT SALEM 5
Bergen County Vocational Technical Schools BERGEN 5
RAMSEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERGEN 5
HADDONFIELD BOARD OF EDUCATION CAMDEN 5
SADDLE BROOK TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION BERGEN 5
Hawthorne Board of Education PASSAIC 5
Township of Ocean Schools MONMOUTH 5
Hoboken Public Schools HUDSON 5
Warren Township Schools SOMERSET 5
Hopatcong Borough Schools SUSSEX 5
Penns Grove-Carneys Point Regional School District SALEM 5
Bordentown Regional BURLINGTON 5
Pequannock Township School District MORRIS 5
Madison Public Schools MORRIS 5
PITTSGROVE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION SALEM 5
BUENA REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 5
Cliffside Park School DIstrict BERGEN 5
Middlesex Borough Public Schools MIDDLESEX 5
Rutherford Public Schools BERGEN 5
Burlington City Public Schools BURLINGTON 5
SPARTA TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUSSEX 5
Montgomery Township School District SOMERSET 5
Stafford Township School District OCEAN 5
Dover Public School District MORRIS 5
Union County Educational Services Commission UNION 5
Dumont Board of Education BERGEN 5
Voorhees Township Board of Education CAMDEN 5
North Arlington School District BERGEN 5
WEST DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS GLOUCESTER 5
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO SOMERSET 5
Wyckoff Township Public Schools BERGEN 5
Ringwood School District PASSAIC 4
Mercer County Special Services School District MERCER 4
Spotswood Public Schools MIDDLESEX 4
Berkeley Township OCEAN 4
Readington Township Public School District HUNTERDON 4
BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION BURLINGTON 4
Lower Township Elementary School District CAPE MAY 4
Asbury Park School District MONMOUTH 4
Cresskill Public School District BERGEN 4
Eatontown Public Schools MONMOUTH 4
Washington Township MORRIS 4
Mountain Lakes Board of Education MORRIS 4
Ridgefield Public Schools BERGEN 4
Hammonton School District ATLANTIC 4
Clinton Township HUNTERDON 4
Hanover Township Board of Education MORRIS 4
South River Public Schools MIDDLESEX 4
Woodbury City Public School District GLOUCESTER 4
Greenwich Township School District GLOUCESTER 2
WARREN 2
Harrison Public Schools HUDSON 4
Maple Shade Schools BURLINGTON 4
North Hanover Township School District BURLINGTON 4
Delran Township School District BURLINGTON 4
Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education BERGEN 4
HADDON HEIGHTS PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMDEN 4
Oakland Board of Education BERGEN 4
Ridgefield Park Township BERGEN 4
FRANKLIN LAKES PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERGEN 4
Gloucester City Public Schools CAMDEN 4
CEDAR GROVE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT ESSEX 4
Lenape Regional High School District BURLINGTON 4
HIGHLAND PARK BOARD OF EDUCATION MIDDLESEX 4
Lindenwold Board of Education CAMDEN 4
Glen Ridge Public Schools ESSEX 4
SECAUCUS BOARD OF EDUCATION HUDSON 4
Holmdel Township School District MONMOUTH 4
Lumberton Township Board of Education BURLINGTON 4
CINNAMINSON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS BURLINGTON 4
Area Vocational Technical Schools of Mercer County MERCER 4
PINE HILL BOROUGH BOARD OF EDUCATION CAMDEN 4
SWEDESBORO-WOOLWICH BOARD OF EDUCATION GLOUCESTER 4
Essex County Vocational Technical Schools ESSEX 4
Manville Board of Education SOMERSET 4
Keansburg School District MONMOUTH 4
Hackettstown Public Schools WARREN 4
Clark Township Public Schools UNION 4
Waldwick School District BERGEN 4
Plumsted Township Board of Education OCEAN 4
Metuchen Public Schools MIDDLESEX 4
POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH BOARD OF EDUCATION OCEAN 4
Middle Township Public Schools CAPE MAY 4
POMPTON LAKES BORO PASSAIC 4
Kinnelon Board of Education MORRIS 4
NEW MILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 4
New Providence Board of Education UNION 4
OCEAN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPE MAY 3
Sussex-Wantage Regional School District SUSSEX 3
South Bergen Jointure Commission BERGEN 3
Park Ridge Public Schools BERGEN 3
UPPER FREEHOLD REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 3
PASCACK VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 3
WILDWOOD CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION CAPE MAY 3
Passaic County Educational Services Commission PASSAIC 3
Morris Hills Regional District MORRIS 3
PAULSBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS GLOUCESTER 3
Edgewater Park Township BURLINGTON 3
CHESTER SCHOOL DISTRICT MORRIS 3
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 3
Long Hill Township School District MORRIS 3
Weehawken Board of Education HUDSON 3
Franklin Township Board of Education GLOUCESTER 3
Somerset Hills Regional School District SOMERSET 3
Freehold Borough Public Schools MONMOUTH 3
Morris County Vocational School District MORRIS 3
BELVIDERE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARREN 3
Boonton Town School District MORRIS 3
East Hanover Township School District MORRIS 3
BELLMAWR PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMDEN 3
Mantua Township Board of Education GLOUCESTER 3
Leonia Public Schools BERGEN 3
ESSEX REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION ESSEX 3
Upper Township CAPE MAY 3
Emerson Public Schools BERGEN 3
WALLINGTON BORO BERGEN 3
HILLSDALE BOARD OF EDUCATION BERGEN 3
WATERFORD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMDEN 3
GREAT MEADOWS REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT WARREN 3
Denville Township Board of Education MORRIS 3
Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District ATLANTIC 3
DUNELLEN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT MIDDLESEX 3
CLAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS GLOUCESTER 3
SOMERVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SOMERSET 3
Fairview Public Schools BERGEN 3
Colts Neck Township School District MONMOUTH 3
Black Horse Pike Regional School District CAMDEN 3
Southampton Township School District BURLINGTON 3
Hunterdon County Vocational School District HUNTERDON 3
Mount Holly Township Public Schools BURLINGTON 3
BURLINGTON COUNTY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BURLINGTON 3
Wood-Ridge Board of Education BERGEN 3
BURLINGTON COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES SCHOOL DISTRICT BURLINGTON 3
FLORHAM PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS MORRIS 3
Midland Park Public Schools BERGEN 3
Tinton Falls School District MONMOUTH 3
River Vale Publc Schools BERGEN 3
Woodland Park Public Schools PASSAIC 3
RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP BURLINGTON 3
Upper Deerfield Township School District CUMBERLAND 3
Robbinsville Public Schools MERCER 3
UPPER SADDLE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 3
Bloomingdale School District PASSAIC 3
Cape May County Technical High School District CAPE MAY 3
Millstone Township MONMOUTH 3
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT OCEAN 3
RUNNEMEDE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT CAMDEN 3
Little Falls Township Public School District PASSAIC 3
Butler Public Schools MORRIS 3
Washington Township School District BURLINGTON 1
WARREN 2
Bogota Public Schools BERGEN 3
Demarest School District BERGEN 3
SALEM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION SALEM 3
BRANCHBURG TOWNSHIP SOMERSET 3
Salem County Special Services School District SALEM 3
Logan Township School District GLOUCESTER 3
Audubon Public Schools CAMDEN 3
Palisades Park Board of Education BERGEN 3
Florence Township School District BURLINGTON 3
Palmyra Public Schools BURLINGTON 3
SOMERS POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 3
NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUSSEX 3
Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District SALEM 3
Fair Haven School District MONMOUTH 2
Watchung Borough Public School District SOMERSET 2
Stanhope SUSSEX 2
Lincoln Park School District MORRIS 2
PINELANDS REGIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION OCEAN 2
Edgewater School District BERGEN 2
CLOSTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERGEN 2
Linwood City School District ATLANTIC 2
Union Township School HUNTERDON 2
Little Ferry Public Schools BERGEN 2
Woodcliff Lake School District BERGEN 2
LITTLE SILVER BORO SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 2
HIGH BRIDGE BOROUGH HUNTERDON 2
Long Beach Island Consolidated School District OCEAN 2
Rockaway Borough Public Schools MORRIS 2
Andover Regional SUSSEX 2
South Amboy School District MIDDLESEX 2
Lopatcong Township School District WARREN 2
Totowa Public Schools PASSAIC 2
Lower Cape May Regional School District CAPE MAY 2
Wanaque Public Schools PASSAIC 2
Educational Services Commission of Morris County MORRIS 2
WEST MORRIS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT MORRIS 2
EGG HARBOR CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 2
East Rutherford School District BERGEN 2
Brigantine Public Schools ATLANTIC 2
Point Pleasant Beach Board of Education OCEAN 2
Manasquan School District MONMOUTH 2
Rancocas Valley Regional High School BURLINGTON 2
Mansfield Township School District BURLINGTON 2
River Dell Regional School District BERGEN 2
Margate City School District ATLANTIC 2
Fairfield Public Schools ESSEX 2
MAYWOOD BOARD OF EDUCATION BERGEN 2
Somerset County Educational Services Commission SOMERSET 2
Medford Lakes School District BURLINGTON 2
Southern Regional School District OCEAN 2
MENDHAM BOROUGH MORRIS 2
Tabernacle Township School District BURLINGTON 2
Mendham Township Board of Education MORRIS 2
KENILWORTH PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNION 2
Alexandria Township School District HUNTERDON 2
East Greenwich Township Board of Education GLOUCESTER 2
Gloucester County Vocational-Technical School District GLOUCESTER 2
WASHINGTON BOROUGH SCHOOLS WARREN 2
Milltown Borough Public Schools MIDDLESEX 2
West Long Branch Board of Education MONMOUTH 2
Allamuchy Township School District WARREN 2
BOUND BROOK SCHOOL DISTRICT SOMERSET 2
Byram Township Board of Education SUSSEX 2
Hardyston Township School District SUSSEX 2
Monmouth-Ocean Educational Services Commission MONMOUTH 2
HARRISON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT GLOUCESTER 2
Montvale Board of Education BERGEN 2
Atlantic County Vocational School District ATLANTIC 2
Absecon Public Schools ATLANTIC 2
Berlin Township School District CAMDEN 2
MORRIS PLAINS SCHOOL DISTRICT MORRIS 2
RAMAPO INDIAN HILLS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 2
Camden County Technical School CAMDEN 2
Red Bank Borough Public Schools MONMOUTH 2
Morris-Union Jointure Commisson UNION 2
Bethlehem Township Schools HUNTERDON 2
Mount Arlington Public School District MORRIS 2
River Edge Schools BERGEN 2
Green Brook Township Public Schools SOMERSET 2
Rumson Borough MONMOUTH 2
MOUNTAINSIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT UNION 2
Salem County Vocational Technical School SALEM 2
Mt. Ephraim CAMDEN 2
Shamong Township School District BURLINGTON 2
Mullica Township School District ATLANTIC 2
Hunterdon County Educational Services Commission HUNTERDON 2
Cape May County Special Services School District CAPE MAY 2
Commercial Township School District CUMBERLAND 2
ALLENDALE BOARD OF EDUCATION BERGEN 2
JAMESBURG PUBLIC SCHOOLS MIDDLESEX 2
Englewood Cliffs Public Schools BERGEN 2
Stratford School District CAMDEN 2
NORTH CALDWELL BOARD OF EDUCATION ESSEX 2
Tewksbury Township School District HUNTERDON 2
North Haledon School District PASSAIC 2
Delanco Township Schools BURLINGTON 2
North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District HUNTERDON 2
Keyport Board of Education MONMOUTH 2
Northern Burlington County Regional School District BURLINGTON 2
Kingsway Regional School District GLOUCESTER 2
Northern Valley Regional High School BERGEN 2
Ventnor City School District ATLANTIC 2
Northfield City School District ATLANTIC 2
Warren Hills Regional School District WARREN 2
Ocean Township School District OCEAN 2
DELSEA REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT GLOUCESTER 2
Oceanport School District MONMOUTH 2
West Essex Regional School District ESSEX 2
OLD TAPPAN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 2
DENNIS TOWNSHIP CAPE MAY 2
BARRINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT CAMDEN 2
Westampton Township Public School District BURLINGTON 2
CENTRAL REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT OCEAN 2
WHARTON BOROUGH BOARD OF EDUCATION MORRIS 2
Hanover Park Regional High School District MORRIS 2
Lebanon Township School District HUNTERDON 2
Atlantic County Special Services School District ATLANTIC 2
Clearview Regional High School District GLOUCESTER 2
East Newark HUDSON 1
Camden’s Pride Charter School CAMDEN 1
MAINLAND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 1
CARLSTADT PUBLIC SCHOOL BERGEN 1
WATCHUNG HILLS REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SOMERSET 1
Maria Varisco Rogers Charter School ESSEX 1
Alpha Borough Public School WARREN 1
Marion P. Thomas Charter School ESSEX 1
The Institute for Excellence Charter School CAMDEN 1
Englewood on the Palisades Charter School BERGEN 1
Visions Academy Charter High School ESSEX 1
BROOKLAWN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT CAMDEN 1
Newark Legacy Charter School ESSEX 1
EAST ORANGE COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL ESSEX 1
Camden Academy Charter High School CAMDEN 1
North Star Academy Charter Schools of Newark ESSEX 1
Springfield Township School District BURLINGTON 1
North Warren Regional School District WARREN 1
TEAM Academy Charter School ESSEX 1
NORTH WILDWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPE MAY 1
D.U.E. Season Charter School CAMDEN 1
Benjamin Banneker Preparatory Charter School BURLINGTON 1
KINGWOOD TOWNSHIP SCHOOL HUNTERDON 1
Northern Highlands Regional High School BERGEN 1
WARREN COUNTY TECHNICAL SCHOOL WARREN 1
MAURICE RIVER TOWNSHIP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CUMBERLAND 1
Green Township School District SUSSEX 1
Liberty Academy Charter School HUDSON 1
Dr Lena Edwards Academic Charter School HUDSON 1
NORTHVALE PUBLIC SCHOOL BERGEN 1
SOMERSET COUNTY VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL SCHOOLS SOMERSET 1
Norwood Public School BERGEN 1
SOUTH HARRISON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT GLOUCESTER 1
Carlstadt-East Rutherford Regional High School BERGEN 1
Greater Brunswick Charter School MIDDLESEX 1
Hainesport Township School District BURLINGTON 1
STILLWATER TOWNSHIP SCHOOL SUSSEX 1
Oaklyn Public School CAMDEN 1
Sussex County Technical School SUSSEX 1
Haledon Public School District PASSAIC 1
Alpine Elementary School District BERGEN 1
Hamburg School District SUSSEX 1
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CUMBERLAND 1
Ocean Gate School District OCEAN 1
Tuckerton Borough School District OCEAN 1
FREDON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT SUSSEX 1
Unity Charter School MORRIS 1
Burch Charter School of Excellence ESSEX 1
FRELINGHUYSEN TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT WARREN 1
Oceanside Charter School ATLANTIC 1
Lady Liberty Academy Charter School ESSEX 1
Ogdensburg Borough School District SUSSEX 1
LAKEHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT OCEAN 1
Berlin Borough School District CAMDEN 1
Wenonah Boro School District GLOUCESTER 1
Bay Head Borough OCEAN 1
Lawnside School Distric CAMDEN 1
OLDMANS TOWNSHIP SALEM 1
Newark Prep Charter School ESSEX 1
ORADELL SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 1
Learning Community Charter School HUDSON 1
CENTRAL JERSEY ARTS CHARTER SCHOOL UNION 1
Blairstown Elementary Township School District WARREN 1
Oxford Township School District WARREN 1
Magnolia CAMDEN 1
Pace Charter SChool of Hamilton MERCER 1
International Charter School of Trenton MERCER 1
Environment Community Opportunity (ECO) Charter School CAMDEN 1
Moonachie BERGEN 1
LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK SALEM 1
BRIELLE BORO MONMOUTH 1
Central Jersey College Prep CS SOMERSET 1
SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 1
HAMPTON BOROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT HUNTERDON 1
Elsinboro Township School District SALEM 1
BERGEN ARTS AND SCIENCES CS BERGEN 1
Stone Harbor Elementary School CAPE MAY 1
HAMPTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT SUSSEX 1
Sussex County Charter School for Technology SUSSEX 1
Passaic Arts and Science Charter School PASSAIC 1
EASTERN CAMDEN COUNTY REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT CAMDEN 1
chARTer~TECH High School for the Performing Arts ATLANTIC 1
AVALON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAPE MAY 1
PASSAIC CO MANCHESTER REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT PASSAIC 1
THE ETHICAL COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOO HUDSON 1
Merchantville School District CAMDEN 1
CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION CUMBERLAND 1
PASSAIC COUNTY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PASSAIC 1
Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School CHARTERS 1
Passaic Valley Regional High School District #1 PASSAIC 1
Folsom Borough School District ATLANTIC 1
Paterson Charter School for Science/Technology PASSAIC 1
Union Beach Public School District MONMOUTH 1
Merit Preparatory Charter School of Newark ESSEX 1
Camden’s Promise Charter School CAMDEN 1
Paul Robeson Charter School for the Humanities MERCER 1
University Heights Charter School ESSEX 1
Paulo Freire Charter School ESSEX 1
Franklin Township School District WARREN 1
ESSEX FELLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ESSEX 1
DELAWARE VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT HUNTERDON 1
Harding Township MORRIS 1
KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION WARREN 1
Garwood Boro UNION 1
National Park Boro School District GLOUCESTER 1
Chesterfield Township School District BURLINGTON 1
LAFAYETTE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT SUSSEX 1
HARMONY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL WARREN 1
Lakeland Regional High School District PASSAIC 1
People’s Preparatory Charter School ESSEX 1
Lambertville Public School HUNTERDON 1
Harrington Park School District BERGEN 1
WEST CAPE MAY ELEMENTARY CAPE MAY 1
GATEWAY REGIONAL SCHOOL DSITRICT GLOUCESTER 1
Elysian Charter School HUDSON 1
City Invincible Charter School CHARTERS 1
Discovery Charter School ESSEX 1
Gibbsboro Elementary School CAMDEN 1
Downe Township School District CUMBERLAND 1
Belmar Board of Education MONMOUTH 1
Lawrence Township School District CUMBERLAND 1
Academy for Urban Leadership Charter School MIDDLESEX 1
LEAP ACADEMY UNIVERSITY CHARTER SCHOOL CAMDEN 1
ESTELL MANOR CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ATLANTIC 1
Woodbury Heights Public School District GLOUCESTER 1
HATIKVAH INTERNATIONAL CHARTER SCHOOL MIDDLESEX 1
Woodlynne Boro Public School CAMDEN 1
HAWORTH PUBLIC SCHOOL BERGEN 1
Great Oaks Charter School ESSEX 1
Classical Academy Charter School of Clifton PASSAIC 1
Hunterdon Central Regional High School HUNTERDON 1
Beach Haven School District OCEAN 1
FARMINGDALE BOARD OF EDUCATION MONMOUTH 1
Pohatcong Township School District WARREN 1
South Bound Brook Public Schools SOMERSET 1
BAYSHORE JOINTURE COMMISSION MONMOUTH 1
South Hackensack BERGEN 1
Elk Township School District GLOUCESTER 1
South Hunterdon Regional HUNTERDON 1
Henry Hudson Regional School District MONMOUTH 1
Community Charter School of Paterson PASSAIC 1
Port Republic School District ATLANTIC 1
ISLAND HEIGHTS BOARD OF EDUCATION OCEAN 1
Pride Academy Charter School ESSEX 1
Adelaide L. Sanford Charter School ESSEX 1
Princeton Charter School MERCER 1
Spring Lake Borough MONMOUTH 1
Milford Boro HUNTERDON 1
Bloomsbury School District HUNTERDON 1
Prospect Park PASSAIC 1
Jersey City Community Charter School HUDSON 1
QUINTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION SALEM 1
Sterling School District CAMDEN 1
Frankford Township School District SUSSEX 1
Stockton Borough School District HUNTERDON 1
Gloucester County Special Services School District GLOUCESTER 1
STOW CREEK TOWNSHIP CUMBERLAND 1
HIGH POINT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SUSSEX 1
Cranbury Township Board of Education MIDDLESEX 1
Freedom Academy Charter School CAMDEN 1
SUSSEX COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION SUSSEX 1
Clementon Elementary School CAMDEN 1
Jersey City Golden Door Charter School HUDSON 1
BASS RIVER TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION BURLINGTON 1
Franklin Township School HUNTERDON 1
Lenape Valley Regional High School SUSSEX 1
Teaneck Community Charter School BERGEN 1
Red Bank Charter School MONMOUTH 1
John P. Holland Charter School PASSAIC 1
Red Bank Regional MONMOUTH 1
THE BARACK OBAMA GREEN CHARTER HIGH UNION 1
Renaissance Regional Leadership Charter School BURLINGTON 1
The Gray Charter School ESSEX 1
Ridge and Valley Charter School WARREN 1
The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership CAMDEN 1
Highlands Elementary MONMOUTH 1
The Queen City Academy Charter School UNION 1
ALLOWAY TWP SCHOOL DISTRICT SALEM 1
The Village Charter School MERCER 1
BelovED Community Charter School HUDSON 1
Academy Charter High School MONMOUTH 1
Millville Public Charter School CUMBERLAND 1
100 Legacy Academy Charter School ESSEX 1
Mine Hill Township MORRIS 1
Deal Elementary School MONMOUTH 1
MONMOUTH BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MONMOUTH 1
DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CUMBERLAND 1
Hoboken Charter School HUDSON 1
Greater Newark Charter School ESSEX 1
Riverbank Charter SChool of Excellence BURLINGTON 1
Union County TEAMS Charter School UNION 1
Riverdale School District MORRIS 1
Mannington Township School SALEM 1
Hoboken Dual Language Charter School HUDSON 1
University Academy Charter High School HUDSON 1
Riverton School District BURLINGTON 1
Mansfield Township Elementary School WARREN 1
Bedminster Township Public School SOMERSET 1
UPPER PITTSGROVE TWP Scool District SALEM 1
Robert Treat Academy Charter School ESSEX 1
Kittatinny Regional School District SUSSEX 1
Rochelle Park School District BERGEN 1
Delaware Township School HUNTERDON 1
M.E.T.S. CHARTER SCHOOL HUDSON 1
Vineland Public Charter School CUMBERLAND 1
Atlantic Highlands School District MONMOUTH 1
Knowledge A to Z Charter School CAMDEN 1
ROOSEVELT PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 1
Boonton Township Public School MORRIS 1
Roseland School district ESSEX 1
WALLKILL VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SUSSEX 1
Ho-Ho-Kus School District BERGEN 1
Warren County Special Services School District WARREN 1
Holland Township School District HUNTERDON 1
NEPTUNE CITY MONMOUTH 1
ROSEVILLE COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL ESSEX 1
CAPE MAY CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION CAPE MAY 1
Clinton-Glen Gardner Board of Education HUNTERDON 1
Netcong Elementary School MORRIS 1
MONMOUTH REGIONAL MONMOUTH 1
Frenchtown School District HUNTERDON 1
RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MONMOUTH 1
Foundation Academy Charter School MERCER 1
Bradley Beach Elementary School MONMOUTH 1
LAUREL SPRINGS SCHOOL CAMDEN 1
Fairfield Township School District CUMBERLAND 1
West Amwell Township School HUNTERDON 1
Hope Academy Charter School MONMOUTH 1
Lavallette Borough Board of Education OCEAN 1
SADDLE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT BERGEN 1
GREENWICH TOWNSHIP CUMBERLAND 1
Hope Township School District WARREN 1
GUTTENBERG SCHOOL DISTRICT HUDSON 1
Hopewell Township CUMBERLAND 1
AVON-BY-THE-SEA MONMOUTH 1
EAST AMWELL TOWNSHIP HUNTERDON 1
Newark Educators Community Charter School ESSEX 1
Sandyston-Walpack Consolidated School SUSSEX 1
Westville Boro Public School District GLOUCESTER 1
MONTAGUE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT SUSSEX 1
Weymouth Township School District ATLANTIC 1
BEVERLY CITY SCHOOL BURLINGTON 1
WHITE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT WARREN 1
Sea Girt Borough Public Schools MONMOUTH 1
WILDWOOD CREST BOROUGH CAPE MAY 1
SEASIDE HEIGHTS SCHOOL DISTRICT OCEAN 1
Winfield Township UNION 1
Eastampton Township School District BURLINGTON 1
Woodbine School District CAPE MAY 1
Califon School District HUNTERDON 1
Lebanon Borough School District HUNTERDON 1
SHORE REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 1
Galloway Community Charter School ATLANTIC 1
SHREWSBURY BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT MONMOUTH 1
WOODLAND TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION BURLINGTON 1
Soaring Heights HUDSON 1
Franklin Borough School District SUSSEX 1
SOMERDALE PUBLIC SCHOOL CAMDEN 1
New Hanover Township BURLINGTON 1
Eagleswood Township School District OCEAN 1
New Horizons Community Charter School ESSEX 1

Source:
New Jersey School Directory