Catholic teachers near deal with Archdiocese, air traffic control errors up in Philadelphia

    Good morning, Feeders! The morning began with a discussion on race and criminal justice, and continues with negotiations between the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Association of Catholic Teachers.

    Tom MacDonald will track the negotiation set for this morning, which could finally end the strike of diocesan high school teachers.

    Lizz Fiedler will take a look at air traffic control errors, which doubled in 2010. What constitutes an error, how can they be avoided and should travelers be worried? Lizz will also look at a study that suggests changes to the way police lineups are conducted.

     

    Philadelphia’s STEM center is getting an A today. The organization dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math will get a bit artsy at the Science Center. Peter Crimmins will have the details.

    Carolyn Beeler is checking out a local FEMA recovery center. Many centers will open this afternoon to help with flood relief. Given the different impacts of recent flooding people have felt across the region, varying levels of help are needed.

    More and more spaces in Philadelphia are being transformed for parks and public use, and Mt. Airy could host the next. Mt. Airy USA is working with Community Design Collaborative to discuss the potential for Lovett Park on Germantown Avenue near Sedgwick. Check out those stories and more today on NewsWorks.

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