ENGLEWOOD, N.J. -- Robert Kravitz, the city’s newly appointed schools superintendent, will now join the district Oct. 26, according to NorthJersey.com.
Kravitz was slated to begin Oct. 1, but was delayed while his current employer, the Englewood Cliffs school district, found a replacement, the website said.
Englewood Cliffs school board President Frank Patti Jr. said that Jennifer Brower, the supervisor of curriculum and instruction, will serve as acting superintendent in Kravitz’s absence, NorthJersey.com added.
Kravitz, who used to visit Englewood as a child and has lived there as an adult, was appointed last month to be the city’s new schools superintendent. He will take over for Assistant Superintendent Michelle James, who has been serving as interim superintendent. reported NorthJersey.com.Click here to read entire story.
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