NewsWorks Tonight August 25, 2015 – Full Show


    Laura Benshoff reports that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s budget-balancing proposal for the Chester-Upland School District that calls for paying charter schools far less for teaching special educations students is meeting opposition from parents and students. Kevin McCory reports that two Philadelphia principals fired after a standardized testing cheating scandal may win their jobs back. Mark Eichmann reports on a group of people matching names to numbered graves at a former Delaware psychiatric hospital. NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller talks with Congreso de Latino Unido’s Chief Communication Officer Yvette Nunez about how the Pennsylvania budget impasse is forcing the organization to layoff staff members. Peter Crimmins has the story of what happens to Philly Fringe Festivals shows after the lights go down. 

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