TRENTON – From Calhoun Street, walking east toward the State House on West State Street, a rushing sound of cheering in unison hits your ears when you reach the New Jersey State Museum. You can distinguish phrases a little better by the state library – “Hey hey, ho ho…” and “Two, four, six, eight…” – when you realize it’s not a large, possibly spontaneous outdoor concert but a protest of some sort.

Once you get to the State House annex, you see the T-shirts signaling distress: SOS. Support Our Students. You see the poster board signs: Don’t cut our budgets and our futures. Education is an investment! Not an expense!!!

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