Turnaround for Children Inc. now censoring its Facebook page; no more public posting allowed

Turnaround for Children Inc. – which is taking over Newark schools this fall – has suddenly changed its Facebook page to silence public comment.

Turnaround is now prohibiting public comment on its FB page, and it has silenced its private-message button.

The new policy comes in the immediate wake of critical comments a newspaper reporter posted on Turnaround’s Facebook page:


This $13 million tax-exempt group is headed by Pam Cantor, whose top priority appears to be allowing her fans to view her birthday mug on Turnaround’s FB page.

Let’s all wish Cantor a happy birthday.

(She may even censor birthday wishes. Who knows where this will go next?)

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