Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Superintendent Cami Anderson address school enrollment issues

New Jersey's largest city is facing criticism for

New Jersey's largest city is facing criticism for its school enrollment program, and public officials are responding. (August 22, 2014 10:56 PM)

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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