New Jersey's largest city is facing criticism for its school enrollment program, and public officials are responding.

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, a critic of the reform plan called "One Newark," discussed complaints about changes in the state-controlled district at a town hall meeting Friday.

Superintendent Cami Anderson says she's sorry for long lines and unresolved problems for 600 families...

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