By JohnMooney

These are the quieter meetings for Cami Anderson, the ones where the Newark school superintendent doesn’t face what has become the familiar wrath of community and parent activists.

This one was for Newark teachers, more than 60 of them, who traveled after school yesterday to the Harold Wilson School in the Central Ward to talk with Anderson about how they will be evaluated in the classroom — and whether they will have a job next year.

“We don’t know what will happen next, a lot of teachers feel that way,” said Eunice Mitchell, a teaching coach at Newark Innovation Academy. “The uncertainty is very scary.”


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