The foodservice director of the Camden (NJ) school district has resigned following a review that charged his department lost $1.5 million to mismanagement and failed to collect another $500,000, reports the Camden Courier-Post. The board of education accepted the resignation of Tony Robinson with an undisclosed settlement, effective immediately. He had been suspended with pay in July after the analysis by outside auditors that found the irregularities and recommended new leadership. The ...

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