HIGHLAND PARK – A month after the Highland Park Board of Education laid off nine employees, including two top union officials, parents and community organizers are ready to fight back.
Parents are alleging that newly appointed Superintendent Timothy Capone, who will make $148,000 through June, misrepresented himself on his resume, a claim they believe should cause the Board of Education to terminate his contract.
The Board of Education, however, is sticking with their superintendent, and has concluded that he didn’t fudge his credentials.
The battle over Capone’s past is just one area of contention between warring factions in this close-knit town that …read more
Source: NJ.com Middlesex