(CNN) - The New Jersey Assembly has called upon nearly everyone who might have had a hand on the failed application that cost the state hundreds of millions of dollars in educating funding to testify at a hearing Tuesday.
On its application for a federal grant from the "Race to the Top" fund, the Garden State lost more than four points for providing budgetary data for 2010 and 2011 rather than 2008 and 2009.
That mistake cost the state $400 million in federal funding for public schools and also cost New Jersey's education chief his job.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced the firing of then Education Commissioner Bret Schundler last month.
And the fallout may not end there as the New Jersey General Assembly has called "individuals involved in the production and submission of the State's application" to a committee hearing Tuesday morning, according to the New Jersey legislature website.