In an apology-filled hearing Wednesday, the state Board of Education officially relinquished control of Paterson’s public school district and handed the reins back to the city’s local Board of Education after three decades of state control. Community advocates and Paterson officials celebrated the long-fought independence. Even as board members acknowledged the state failed in its efforts to turn the district around, what’s ahead? Correspondent Raven Santana reports.
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