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Paterson activist wants community forums for superintendent selection

Paterson activist wants community forums for superintendent selection

I am writing this letter in response to a recent article that was published announcing the retirement of Dr. Donnie Evans. With the return of local control on the horizon, the current school board could very well be handed the power to select the next superintendent. To that end, I believe a series of community

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Teague: Bring Paterson students back to district

I have an opinion about the recent article you published concerning the bussing situation. This is just my opinion and I’m entitled to it. Let me preface my letter by stating that I am a parent and activist in the city. Recently, the school district decided to take away courtesy bussing to Passaic County Technical

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Letter: Time is now for Hinchliffe Stadium

Twenty years ago this month, Hinchliffe Stadium closed its doors. Laval Wilson, the superintendent of the Paterson Public Schools in 1997, was presented with two options, restoration at a cost of $4.8 million dollars or demolition at a cost of four million dollars. With a difference of only $800,000, Wilson was leaning toward demolition and

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Paterson activist questions Martinez’s move for possible mayoral run

It seems that voters in Paterson have a difficult time actually researching candidates before choosing who to elect. For the most part it’s mostly based on party affiliation more than the quantifiable results the candidate has produced prior to seeking office. In November 2016, 10,000 Paterson voters came out to elect a school board member

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