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7 N.J.A.R. 191

North Bergen, Board of Education of; , Fischbach, Peter v
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Citation: 7 N.J.A.R. 191
Decision Date: 1983
Synopsis: The petitioner, a former school administrator, asserted that respon- dent Board of Education had improperly assigned him to a teaching position. The administrative law judge assigned to the case found that the petitioner had, at times, assumed duties for which he lacked certifica- tion or held invalid certification. The judge found that because peri- tioner's administrative certificate had been revoked and because of his lack of a proper principal-supervisor certificate until February 1984, the respondent did not have to place him in a superintendent's position or credit him for service prior to that date. The judge deter- mined that the petitioner had performed the duties of an assistant superintendent for more than two consecutive calendar years and thus he ordered to reinstate petitioner to that position with appropriate compensation. The Commissioner of Education adopted the judge's findings and determinations in his initial decision. Louis P. Bucceri, Esq., for petitioner (Bucceri & Pincus, attorneys) Morton R. Covitz, Esq., for respondent (Greenberg & Covitz, attorneys) Initial Decision
Rule(s) Cited: 6:3-1.10 6:11-10.4(b) 6:11-10.4(c) 6:24-1.2 
Citation Tracker adopted-Comm. of Ed.; affirmed -St. Bd. of Ed.; affirmed -App. Div., A-5947-83 11/15/85 (unreported) [Updated through 1991]