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Question by trufty: Are there laws requiring NJ schools to close if they do not have heating in the winter?
I go to a private boarding school in NJ, and there have been various rumors that if the school does not repair the broken heating system by october 15, the school will be forced to close by NJ state law. Can anyone direct me to information about this, or help me to confirm or deny this? Thanks.
Answer by The keymaker
Every single school in this country no matter if it is a university, high school etc.. should have a good working environment. It seems to me that the fact that this school doesnt have any heating is just wrong. This issue is not a matter of it being in the constitution, it is the people’s rights to have a just and the resources they need in an education institution and in any job. Oh! and if you dont want your school to shut down I suggest you protest or rally with your friends because it seems stupid to me that the staff at your school cant figure out this heating problem-either somebodys not doing there job or something else is going on.
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