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Mr. Robert J. Aloia

Wrong Robert J. Aloia?

Embattled Superintendent

Bergen County Technical School District
 
Background

Employment History

  • Superintendent
    Bergen County Technical School District
  • Technical District's Acting Superintendent
    Aloia
  • Special Services' Interim Superintendent
    Aloia
  • Business Administrator
    Aloia
  • Superintendent
    Technical District
  • Head
    Technical District
  • Superintendent
    Bergen County Academies
  • Business Administrator
    Bergen County Academies

Board Memberships and Affiliations

69 Total References
Web References
Regarding Bergen County Technical ...
www.northjersey.com, 16 Nov 2009 [cached]
Regarding Bergen County Technical School District Superintendent Robert Aloia's compensation package, I am outraged.
Robert Aloia, the embattled ...
www.northjersey.com, 8 Nov 2009 [cached]
Robert Aloia, the embattled superintendent of the Bergen County Technical School District, could walk away with more than $1 million if he's terminated.
The Technical District's school board - which approved Aloia's contracts - along with the Bergen County Special Services School Board, the teachers' unions in both districts and County Executive Dennis McNerney, has called for Aloia to step down. The Technical District's school board - which approved Aloia's contracts - along with the Bergen County Special Services School Board, the teachers' unions in both districts and County Executive Dennis McNerney, has called for Aloia to step down.
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A Record review of the contracts found that under Aloia's current employment agreement, which will expire June 30, 2011, the district would owe him about $430,000 in wages if he were dismissed today.
He also has a deferred-compensation trust fund worth about $446,000. The fund was built through contracts that required the Technical School District to deposit $70,000 into it each year from 2007 to this year and $61,000 a year in 2005 and 2006.
The district initiated the fund in 2001, when Aloia was its business administrator.
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In addition, Aloia would be paid for unused vacation and sick time. As of Friday, he had 50 sick days and 23 vacation days remaining.
The district was unable to provide his "per diem" rate - the rate at which those days could be converted to cash - and the rate isn't specified in his contracts. However, based on his $241,000 annual salary and a 260-day work year, his per diem rate would be about $930, and he would be owed about $68,000 for those 73 days.
The district paid Aloia at least $216,148 for cashed-in days during 2008 and this year.
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Teachers and union officials began attacking Aloia in April, after he cut 18 teachers' and aides' jobs and discontinued the technical district's daytime adult vocational program. At the time, Aloia attributed the daytime program's closing, in part, to the district's finances, but said that job cuts had more to do with "programmatic" changes.
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"If they have to pay [Aloia] all that money, it's outrageous."
Under a shared-services agreement with the Technical District, Aloia was superintendent of the Special Services District until recently, when he was replaced with an interim superintendent. His employment and deferred-compensation contracts are with the Technical District.
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Grillo said that whatever the districts pay Aloia is now a legal matter to be handled by the Technical School Board, which recently hired an attorney to handle negotiations with the superintendent.
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Robert Aloia, the embattled superintendent of the Bergen County Technical School District, could walk away with more than $1 million if he's terminated.
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Robert Aloia was superintendent until recently.
The Technical District's school board - which approved Aloia's contracts - along with the Bergen County Special Services School Board, the teachers' unions in both districts and County Executive Dennis McNerney, has called for Aloia to step down. The Technical District's school board - which approved Aloia's contracts - along with the Bergen County Special Services School Board, the teachers' unions in both districts and County Executive Dennis McNerney, has called for Aloia to step down.
...
A Record review of the contracts found that under Aloia's current employment agreement, which will expire June 30, 2011, the district would owe him about $430,000 in wages if he were dismissed today.
He also has a deferred-compensation trust fund worth about $446,000. The fund was built through contracts that required the Technical School District to deposit $70,000 into it each year from 2007 to this year and $61,000 a year in 2005 and 2006.
The district initiated the fund in 2001, when Aloia was its business administrator.
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In addition, Aloia would be paid for unused vacation and sick time. As of Friday, he had 50 sick days and 23 vacation days remaining.
The package
Under his employment and deferred-compensation contracts, along with his state pension, Robert Aloia is entitled to the following payments:
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The district paid Aloia at least $216,148 for cashed-in days during 2008 and this year.
The district was unable to provide his "per diem" rate - the rate at which those days could be converted to cash - and the rate isn't specified in his contracts. However, based on his $241,000 annual salary and a 260-day work year, his per diem rate would be about $930, and he would be owed about $68,000 for those 73 days.
The district paid Aloia at least $216,148 for cashed-in days during 2008 and this year.
...
Teachers and union officials began attacking Aloia in April, after he cut 18 teachers' and aides' jobs and discontinued the technical district's daytime adult vocational program. At the time, Aloia attributed the daytime program's closing, in part, to the district's finances, but said that job cuts had more to do with "programmatic" changes.
...
"If they have to pay [Aloia] all that money, it's outrageous."
Under a shared-services agreement with the Technical District, Aloia was superintendent of the Special Services District until recently, when he was replaced with an interim superintendent. His employment and deferred-compensation contracts are with the Technical District.
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Grillo said that whatever the districts pay Aloia is now a legal matter to be handled by the Technical School Board, which recently hired an attorney to handle negotiations with the superintendent.
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These would be executives who've achieved strong financial growth of their divisions over many years and were judged by their peers, superiors and stockholders to have made 10 x more for their firms than they received in compensation. . I don't think Aloia has done anything impressive except to get hired 8 years ago under very favorable terms that Bergen County hacks rubber-stamped, because heck - it wasn't their money.
Robert Aloia, the embattled ...
www.northjersey.com, 15 Dec 2009 [cached]
Robert Aloia, the embattled Bergen County Technical School District superintendent, will begin an indefinite leave of absence on Jan. 1, the school board resolved Tuesday night.
The resolution suspending Aloia comes several months after teachers, students and administrators began criticizing him for excessive spending, and amid negotiations between the school board and Aloia regarding the terms of his termination.
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"We are in the process of negotiating with Mr. Aloia," Carvajal said.
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Assistant Superintendent Howard Lerner will replace Aloia as the technical district's acting superintendent.
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Aloia first came under fire in April when teachers and students from the technical district protested his plans to close a daytime adult vocational program and to cut 18 employees.
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The special services district opted in November to replace Aloia as its superintendent with Lerner, then-special services assistant superintendent.
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County Executive Dennis McNerney and the leaders of the technical and special services teachers' unions have all called for Aloia to step down as well.
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A Record review of Aloia's contracts found that under his current employment agreement, which will expire June 30, 2011, the district would owe him about $430,000 in wages if he were dismissed today. He also has a deferred-compensation trust fund worth about $446,000. The fund was built through contracts that required the Technical School District to deposit $70,000 into it each year from 2007 to this year and $61,000 a year in 2005 and 2006.
In addition, Aloia would be paid for unused vacation and sick time.
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Robert Aloia, the embattled Bergen County Technical School District superintendent, will begin an indefinite leave of absence on Jan. 1, the school board resolved Tuesday night.
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Robert Aloia was superintendent until recently.
The resolution suspending Aloia comes several months after teachers, students and administrators began criticizing him for excessive spending, and amid negotiations between the school board and Aloia regarding the terms of his termination.
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"We are in the process of negotiating with Mr. Aloia," Carvajal said.
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Assistant Superintendent Howard Lerner will replace Aloia as the technical district's acting superintendent.
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August - County Executive Dennis McNerney urges Technical and Special School Districts Superintendent Robert Aloia to reinstate the technical district's adult daytime vocational program. The Record reports on both school boards approval of more than $888,000 on travel for conferences, class trips and ski outings for students and district officials from 2007 to 2009.
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October - McNerney requests that Aloia step down as superintendent.
November - The special services district fires Aloia as its superintendent. The Record reports that Aloia could walk away with more than $1 million if he's terminated.
Aloia first came under fire in April when teachers and students from the technical district protested his plans to close a daytime adult vocational program and to cut 18 employees.
...
The special services district opted in November to replace Aloia as its superintendent with Lerner, then-special services assistant superintendent.
...
County Executive Dennis McNerney and the leaders of the technical and special services teachers' unions have all called for Aloia to step down as well.
...
A Record review of Aloia's contracts found that under his current employment agreement, which will expire June 30, 2011, the district would owe him about $430,000 in wages if he were dismissed today. He also has a deferred-compensation trust fund worth about $446,000. The fund was built through contracts that required the Technical School District to deposit $70,000 into it each year from 2007 to this year and $61,000 a year in 2005 and 2006.
In addition, Aloia would be paid for unused vacation and sick time.
Aloia replaced in special ...
www.northjersey.com, 3 Nov 2009 [cached]
Aloia replaced in special services district
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Embattled schools superintendent Robert Aloia will no longer serve as head of the Bergen County Special Services School District, according to Charles Grillo, president of the district's board.
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Howard Lerner, an assistant superintendent with both the county's special services and technical districts, will replace Aloia as special services' interim superintendent.
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Grillo said the special services board will vote formally to replace Aloia at its meeting Nov. 12.
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Aloia's employment agreement is with the technical district, which has an inter-local agreement with the special services district, allowing them to share administrative costs.
One administration oversees both districts, but Aloia continues to act as the head of the technical district, which has hired an attorney to handle the termination of his employment there.
Aloia has been a subject of criticism since April for his handling of both districts' finances, excessive travel and meal expenses and the purchase of two electron microscopes.
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Aloia did not return a request for comment Tuesday.
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"I'm thrilled that they've replaced Robert with someone else," Schifrien said.
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Embattled schools superintendent Robert Aloia will no longer serve as head of the Bergen County Special Services School District, according to Charles Grillo, president of the district's board.
...
Howard Lerner, an assistant superintendent with both the county's special services and technical districts, will replace Aloia as special services' interim superintendent.
...
Grillo said the special services board will vote formally to replace Aloia at its meeting Nov. 12.
...
Aloia's employment agreement is with the technical district, which has an inter-local agreement with the special services district, allowing them to share administrative costs.
One administration oversees both districts, but Aloia continues to act as the head of the technical district, which has hired an attorney to handle the termination of his employment there.
Aloia has been a subject of criticism since April for his handling of both districts' finances, excessive travel and meal expenses and the purchase of two electron microscopes.
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Aloia did not return a request for comment Tuesday.
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"I'm thrilled that they've replaced Robert with someone else," Schifrien said.
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Lederer and Aloia did the same thievery and the boards were happy to let them do it until the press started printing the stories. Grieco dodged the bullet because he died before he got caught.
The Bergen County Technical and Special ...
www.northjersey.com, 5 Feb 2010 [cached]
The Bergen County Technical and Special Services School districts have been the subject of scrutiny since April, when teachers and union leaders began to publicly criticize Superintendent Robert Aloia and the school boards, saying they failed to rein in profligate spending.
Their allegations led to a New Jersey Department of Education investigation into the districts that was referred to the state Attorney General's Office on Friday. Criticism of Aloia also led to his removal as head of the Special Services District and to his indefinite suspension as superintendent of the Technical District.
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The Bergen County Technical and Special Services School districts have been the subject of scrutiny since April, when teachers and union leaders began to publicly criticize Superintendent Robert Aloia and the school boards, saying they failed to rein in profligate spending.
Their allegations led to a New Jersey Department of Education investigation into the districts that was referred to the state Attorney General's Office on Friday. Criticism of Aloia also led to his removal as head of the Special Services District and to his indefinite suspension as superintendent of the Technical District.
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