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Reader says, The best way to communicate with the Ridgewood Board of Education is to butt out and leave everything up to us, your betters

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“What are the best ways to communicate with the Board of Education?” For district parents, these further instructions also apply:
1. The best way to communicate with the Board of Education is to butt out and leave everything up to us, your betters.
2. If you must communicate with us, say something nice or don’t say anything at all.
3. Get over yourself. We don’t care how well-educated you are.
4. You scared off notorious constructivist education theory gurus (junkies, really) Martin Brooks and Jacqueline Grennon Brooks when we had almost succeed in handing the district over to them, lock, stock and barrel. We will never forgive you.

4 thoughts on “Reader says, The best way to communicate with the Ridgewood Board of Education is to butt out and leave everything up to us, your betters

  1. Hey whats not to trust 105 million a year over 1 Billion a decade just to

    RUN THE SCHOOLS

    INSANE

  2. this is 100% correct

  3. if you criticize the BOE or Ridgewood Schools they go after your kids

  4. 8:51 I thought that was only for people who felt that the teacher’s salaries were reasonable and felt that the cut in necessary services (college recommendations for one, field trips are another) was unjustified. Usually the teachers win because college recommendations have to be sent by a certain deadline and the teachers won’t relent. These things should be written into their contracts as “must be done regardless” as this is why the board can never win.

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