By John Mooney

Representative tells education panel that Superintendent Cami Anderson has not followed state rules for teacher evaluations

John Abeigon
John Abeigon at Assembly Education Committee

With the landmark teachers contract in Newark in its third and final year, prospects are not promising for such amicable agreement on the next contract.

The Newark Teachers Union has stepped up its complaints about how state-appointed Superintendent Cami Anderson has implemented the existing contract, taking its case to the Legislature this week and contending that she has failed to comply with state law pertaining to teacher evaluations.


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