School District Attorney Expected To Assume Position As Title 1 Coordinator

Lakewood School Board Attorney Michael Inzelbuch is expected to assume the position of Title 1 Coordinator. The motion for the move was made a Board member at the last meeting, but the plan was deferred when
the District Superintendent was reportedly caught off-guard. Appointments of key personnel require a recommendation from the Superintendent.

Mr. Inzelbuch currently holds the position of Board Attorney and Nonpublic Special Education Consultant. He also serves in the position of Board Parliamentarian. The position of Title 1 Coordinator which would be his third paid position with the District, would give him control of all special education services in the District.

TLS has learned, that despite considerable pressure to approve this appointment, there is  resistance by several Board members, District administrators, as well as from a segment of Lakewood parents. Some parents have even gone as far as to distribute flyers in houses of Worship around town. (Including Shuls and Churches).

Additionally, numerous mosdos have also complained that they were never consulted about this plan, though it directly affects hundreds of their students, and only found out about it after the last BOE meeting.

The matter is now planned for tomorrow evening’s public meeting. TLS-CCP/TLS-MK.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. to #1,
    What difference does it make? If it’s the right, it’s right! If not, not. Lashon Hora can not be spoken (or typed) before or after Y”K.

  2. This article makes me wonder I have yet to see a flyer in satmar or kol shimshon, I have yet to see a parent write a letter last I checked the reason there 100’s of kids in schi,getting services,schools getting millions is because of one guy named Michael

  3. To anonymous makes me wonder. You are entitled to your own opinion. You are not entitled to your own facts. Go to lakewoodunite to double check your “facts”.

  4. The school district is in shambles. Two paid positions are one too many. Three paid positions is a violation of all reasonable standards of conduct.

    Perhaps Attorney Inzelbuch needs to select one paid position, and help the Superintendent with the selection process for the other positions. I refuse to believe that there are no other qualified people out there, in this economy, that could do the job.

    Do not believe that one person can conduct 3 full time positions at the same time.

  5. You’ve gotta be kidding.

    Lakewood’s huge school age population, Congress, IDEA, No Child Left Behind, Title I and a host of other federal and State special ed programs have nothing to do with the $42 Million coming into the District.

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