June 22, 2020
“They usually play this pretty close to the vest, so this is not that unusual,” said Richard Bozza, executive director of the state’s superintendents association. “Last time around, who would have thought Lamont?”
Still, Bozza was among those who said the continuity of leadership from the state is critical at this time, and he hoped it would be resolved soon. The departure of Eno and Hassan, among others, only adds more flux. “For districts, (the assistant commissioners) played a big role, and that’s a pretty big vacuum to fill,” he said.