N.J. school board member resigns amid backlash over student survey about gender identity

A member of Cedar Grove’s school board criticized for her role in distributing a gender identity survey to students last year resigned this week after more than 3,000 local residents signed a petition for her ouster.

Christine Dye, who served on the Essex County district’s board of education for 11 years, including five years as president, submitted her resignation Wednesday, district officials said.

Her resignation was part of a settlement of a lawsuit she filed in Superior Court seeking to challenge the efforts to recall her from office, according to court records.

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