Bill would require New Jersey teen drivers and their parents attend driver education course before getting learner's permit - pressofAtlanticCity.com: Breaking News As I've posted many times on this forum, NJ politicians routinely exploit grieving families in order to get their names in the paper. For every tragic child death, a new law is proposed. We have Megan's Law, John's Law, Kiley's Law, Tyler Clementi's Law....It is opportunism at its lowest. Making parents attend driver ed classes is outrageous. We don't expect many of them to feed their children or help them with homework, but somehow they will be able to find the time, and have the intelligence, to go back to school with their teenagers. The only kids who will be able to get their licenses (and jobs) before the age of 18 will be those who are most likely privileged in other ways. Comments?