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IPA alumnus Ezra Temko (MPA 09), city councilman in
Newark, Del., and middle school math teacher at the Wissahickon (Pa.)
Charter School, was recently published in the Winter 2011 issue of the National Civic Review.
In the article Ezra assesses the local government here in Newark in
light of larger, complex changes in society and governance over the past
The National Civic Review, the quarterly journal of the National Civic League, is one of the nation's oldest civic affairs journals. Now in its 99th year of publication, the Review
features thoughtful essays on democratic governance and civic engagement. The journal is published for NCL by Jossey-Bass Publishing.
The Review is a vital supplement to the information flow of decision
makers, researchers, students, and educators across the country.
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