NewsWorks Tonight, March 12, 2015 – Full Show


    Bill Hangley reports that 2,000 Cherry Hill students have opted out of New Jersey’s PARCC tests. Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on Delaware Governor Jack Markell’s dealing with testing discontent. Brad Linder talks with The Record reporter Melissa Hayes about the post-Bridgegate reforms on email accounts that New Jersey still hasn’t enacted.  Kimberly Haas talks with Rabbi Denise Eger, the first openly gay president of the Reform Jewish organization, the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Aaron Moselle meets a Temple senior who’s found redemption on the basketball court, as he seeks glory in March Madness.

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