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Camden town hall meeting to discuss state takeover of district schools

New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner Chris Cerf and Camden Mayor Dana Redd will host a joint town hall meeting in Camden Thursday to discuss the future of the city's schools. The meeting is expected to be part of a series of meetings the Department of Education staff will host with the Camden community to discuss the next steps in the state takeover of the district.

Camden town hall meeting to discuss state takeover of district schools

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New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner Chris Cerf and Camden Mayor Dana Redd will host a joint town hall meeting in Camden Thursday to discuss the future of the city’s schools. The meeting is expected to be part of a series  of meetings the Department of Education staff will host with the Camden community to discuss the next steps in the state takeover of the district.

The Camden community is invited to attend Thursday's meeting to share their thoughts on changes they would like to see in the city’s schools, what challenges they see for the future, and how the Department and community can work together to ensure Camden’s students are prepared for college and careers upon graduation.

If you go: 

Community Townhall with Commissioner Cerf and Mayor Redd

Thursday, April 18, 2013

6:00 p.m.

Malandra Hall

New Jersey & Merrimac Roads

Camden, NJ 08104

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