N.J. college loses $1.25M … for not double spacing grant application

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NEWARK — Every year since 1999, New Jersey Institute of Technology has offered a college-prep program for low-income high school students from Newark who hope to become the first in their family to attend college. Now, the program may end, not by way of budget cuts or lack of interest but because the college submitted an…

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