NewsWorks Tonight September 11, 2015 – Full Show

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    Kevin McCorry reports on a private firm contracted to hire thousands of substitute teachers by opening day of the school year that has not come close to that target. Carolyn Beeler heads to New Jersey for the unveiling of what one inventor calls the first fully-permitted and affordable house powered by hydrogen. Brad Linder speaks with Donna Carney, Director of the Citizens Planning Institute program in the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, about a curriculum devoted to teaching community members about city planning. On this week’s edition of What Are We Thinking?, Dave Heller and Frank Newport, Editor-in-chief- at the Gallup Poll, discuss how American parents feel about safety in schools. Peter Crimmins reports on a collaboration between Dr. Dog and Pig Iron Theater that reimagines the band’s origin story.

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