TRENTON – Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Louis Greenwald, (D-6), of Voorhees, told acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf Tuesday that “it’s inappropriate” that a list of questions that were given for him to answer were incomplete and turned in late, leaving little time to analyze and conduct a meaningful hearing.
He asked Cerf what grade he would give if a child who was supposed to turn in an assignment on April 1 instead turned it in on April 11.
“In my kid’s school, it would be an F,” he said. “I found it outrageous we can’t get these questions answered.”
Cerf admitted he would have to have a pretty good excuse for the lateness in turning in the hypothetical assignment.