Published Online: August 9, 2005
Published in Print: August 10, 2005, as N.J. Chief Steps Down

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N.J. Chief Steps Down

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New Jersey Commissioner of Education William L. Librera has announced he will resign Sept. 7 to take a post at Rutgers University’s graduate school of education. Mr. Librera, 59, was appointed by then-Gov. Jim McGreevey in 2002, and said in a written statement that he intended to serve one term. It was unclear last week who would replace him.

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