Wednesday, August 5, 2009
School board member Alan Gonter's post could be in jeopardy after his failure to take the state's mandatory recertification training, a district official confirmed. Newly appointed member Ada Gonzalez said she believed she was replacing Gonter on the board because of the apparent training snafu, not Chet Galdo, who resigned July 27 as board president. Galdo, who quit after the controversial hiring of Newark educator Lydia Silva to replace acting school Superintendent Eugenia Lawson, confirmed he was replaced by Gonzalez. He also confirmed Gonter, who was elected to the board in April 2007 after replacing Norman Bellinger in 2006, was supposed to be recertified in the spring. Read full report from Zach Patberg here.
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