Every year, Arizona teachers lose their jobs because they molest their students, say sexually inappropriate things, even sleep with them in some cases. But schools, protected by state law, routinely keep these incidents secret. And educators move on to other jobs with little consequence.
The East Valley Tribune takes a long look at the issue, thanks to a BUNCH of FOI requests. Be sure to check out the great searchable database of public records here.
Sunday, December 16, 2007
FOI At Work: A Great Series on a Shameful Secret...
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 9:11 PM
Labels: Arizona, FOI at work, schools
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