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Kane In Your Corner podcast: Shake-up at the SDA – listen here

This week’s “Shake-up at the SDA,” in which the Gov. Phil Murphy Administration fired 30 New Jersey Schools Development Authority employees.

News 12 Staff

Jul 26, 2019, 12:48 AM

Updated 1,792 days ago

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Kane In Your Corner podcast: Shake-up at the SDA – listen here
This week’s “Shake-up at the SDA,” in which the Gov. Phil Murphy Administration fired 30 New Jersey Schools Development Authority employees. It is just the latest in a series of scandals surrounding the administration’s hiring practices.
The questionable hires range from former CEO Lizette Delgado Polanco, accused of abusing her position to hire friends and associates - to Al Alvarez, named to a top administration post despite rape allegations - to Marcellus Jackson, hired despite a history of taking bribes.
In this week’s News 12 Talks Kane In Your Corner podcast, News 12’s senior investigative reporter Walt Kane, connects the dots.


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