The school proposal has set off some controversy in a city that already has three charter schools and an ever growing population. Proponents of the school - which is to be a science and technology oriented school - say it will provide more educational options and will thus keep families from moving out of town. Opponents say it will take money and other resources from the existing public schools.
Zucker has written that the application for the school posted on the school's own website is missing a few pages. She requested the original application from the state so that parents could compare.
In posting it on-line over the weekend, she asked for people to e-mail her if they see any major changes between what was submitted and what the school was allowing people to see on its website.
The school has been opposed by members of Hoboken's Board of Education, setting off more controversy and debate among the city's political factions.
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