9/11, Newark, Nuns and the New Normal

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Public schools in Newark underwent big changes this year as thousands of students were reassigned to different schools. Newark schools superintendent Cami Anderson explains why the changes were necessary. Plus: women and nuns still lack power in the male-dominated Catholic Church; how to cope with the instability of the new economic normal, and on the anniversary of 9/11, a look at how the FDNY has changed since that day.