Wednesday, May 06, 2015

State considers intervention in school dispute 

State officials are weighing whether to intervene in a dispute between public school parents in East Ramapo and the public school board run by Orthodox Hasidic Jews.
The parents accuse the school board of favoring private school students.
The state is considering a proposal to appoint a board member with veto power over the democratically elected board.
Attendees say that school board meetings in East Ramapo are screaming matches.

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