HYDE PARK N.Y. The administration and faculty of the Culinary Institute of America are locked in a heated dispute over internal policy issues that has spilled out into the consumer media. Last month the CIA's teachers' union passed a resolution by a vote of 85 to 9 voicing "no confidence" in president Timothy Ryan, who has led the school since 2001. In a 13-item bill of particulars presented to the administration, the teachers maintained that, among other things, Ryan is responsible ...
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