Week in Review: Proposed Virtual Charter School Sparks Protest, Legal Action
A review of the week's top stories in Teaneck
Teaneck Public School District Takes Legal Action to Stop Proposed Virtual Charter School
The Teaneck Board of Education has filed a petition with the Department of Education seeking to block a proposed virtual charter school from opening and asking state officials to rescind a letter saying the school could cost Teaneck $15.4 million.
Charter School Protesters Gather Outside Christie Press Conference in Teaneck
Driver Hit 10-Year-Old Girl In Crosswalk, Police Say
A 67-year-old Teaneck man was issued four summonses after striking a young girl as she crossed at Teaneck Road and Degraw Avenue on her way home from school Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Weinberg Calls for Short Hold on Charter School Applications
New Jersey should put charter school applications on a “short hiatus” while the schools can be carefully studied, State Senator Loretta Weinberg said.
In Teaneck, Christie Urges Elimination Of Vacation And Sick Time Payouts For Public Workers
Gov. Chris Christie urged the Legislature on Thursday to pass his plan to eliminate vacation and sick time payouts for retiring public employees.