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The new state-appointed superintendent of Newark Public Schools says he’s committed to returning New Jersey’s largest school district to local control and confident he can do so.
Chris Cerf, a former state education commissioner, told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday that he believes the district has already made a great deal of progress.
“But I also believe there is an enormous amount of work left to do,” Cerf said. (Star Ledger)