The Bayonne university district is making a new administrative place to lead specific training products and services.
The assistant superintendent function, which the Board of Education and learning authorized Tuesday night, will serve Bayonne’s roughly 1,500 particular instruction pupils who make up about 15% of the faculty population, said Superintendent John Niesz.
That populace has been growing, he said, and the very first move in supporting to far better provide all those students is to have an individual in the central place of work presiding above the section.
It will guarantee that distinctive training continues to be a district priority, he said.
“This is obviously a important amount of pupils who need concentrated awareness,” Niesz claimed. “An assistant superintendent of particular instruction would not only acquire cost of this overall instructional spot, but the creation of this situation would build a crystal clear knowing for the workers and the community of the value which the district locations on distinctive schooling.”
Niesz reported the district is just starting off a search for candidates for the job, which will be named assistant superintendent of distinctive providers.
“I concur with you that is a posture that is wanted in Bayonne and will aid our specific ed populace,” Board of Education President Maria Valado advised the superintendent on Tuesday.
Most other faculty districts in Hudson County have a very similar administrative function.