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South Orange-Maplewood Parent Advisory Committee Publishes 2019 Candidate Statements on Special Ed

The following is from the Special Education Parents Advisory Committee of South Orange-Maplewood:

L to upper R: Stephanie Lawson-Muhammad, Thair Joshua, Erin Siders, Narda Chisholm-Greene, Johanna Wright, Carey P Smith, Sharon Tanenbaum Kraus.


To the South Orange-Maplewood Community, 

We are pleased . . .

We are pleased to share with you these 2019 Board of Education candidate statements on special education. We thank all the candidates for taking the time to share their perspectives. 

The Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) is not a political organization, and it does not endorse candidates in any election. This presentation is intended solely to assist voters by presenting candidate views on issues related to special education. The views expressed herein are the candidates’ own. 

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