Published Online: January 25, 2011
Published in Print: January 26, 2011, as Newark Superintendent Resigns

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Newark Superintendent Resigns

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Clifford Janey, the superintendent of New Jersey's largest school district, announced his resignation last week, four months after Gov. Chris Christie decided not to renew his contract for the $280,000 Newark job. The governor had said Mr. Janeys reform plans for the state-run district had moved too slowly. Mr. Janey previously served as superintendent in the District of Columbia.




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