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7 N.J.A.R. 236

Parsippany-Troy Hills Education Association v. Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris County, Board of Education of the Township of
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Citation: 7 N.J.A.R. 236
Decision Date: 1981
Synopsis: The petitioner alleged that the respondent had acted improperly in bifurcating its driver education program when it eliminated its be- hind-the-wheel instruction and made it available to pupils in the evening adult program for a fee. The administrative law judge assigned to the case determined that the driver education program may be bifurcated as long as properly certified instructors were used and no tuition fee was charged. Upon review of this initial decision, the Commissioner of Educa- tion rejected the judge's decision and affirmed the Board's authority to offer behind-the-wheel instruction in the adult school on a fee basis. Cassel R. Ruhlman, Jr., Esq., for petitioner (Ruhlman and Bu- trym, attorneys) Myles C. Morrision, III, Esq., for respondent (Dillon, Bitar & Luther, attorneys)
Rule(s) Cited: 6:4-1.5 6:8-2.1 6:8-3.5 6:11-7.8 6:27-3.1 6:27-6.1 6:44-3.1 6:79-1.1 et seq. 
Citation Tracker rejected-Comm. of Ed.; affirmed -State Bd. of Ed.; affirmed -188 N.J. Super. 161 (App. Div. 1983) [Updated through 1991]