Newark schools are undergoing a major overhaul that has pitted parents, teachers and students against the district's state-appointed superintendent, Cami Anderson.

Anderson says the reform allows Newark's poorest students, and those with disabilities and other home-life issues, the first opportunity to change schools. "Our vision for One Newark is that every kid is in a great school," she...

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