Ridgewood hires consultant to quell math concerns
The Board of Education has hired a conflict resolution consultant in a bid to quell concerns of parents who question the methods being used to teach math to grade-school students.
Beth Fisher-Yoshida, the associate director of the
The goal is to "facilitate the dialogue process," Fisher-Yoshida said, "so people can have constructive conversation." The effort follows the controversy over the school board's choice of
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