Employee Discipline

Read: Palm Beach Teachers Who Don’t Lock Doors Could Be Fired

Palm Beach Teachers Who Don’t Lock Doors Could Be Fired

Palm Beach County School teachers are now mandated to lock their classroom doors when class is in session.

Read: NJ Middle School Teacher Overdoses on Fentanyl in Front of Students

NJ Middle School Teacher Overdoses on Fentanyl in Front of Students

The campus school resource officer administered Narcan to the art teacher, which revived him after he overdosed on fentanyl.

Read: TSU Police Chief Placed on Paid Leave Amid Fraud Allegations

TSU Police Chief Placed on Paid Leave Amid Fraud Allegations

Police Chief Mary Young says TSU violated state laws in handling the allegations against and didn’t give her the chance to refute the claims.

Read: Judge Dismisses Seattle Pacific University Lawsuit Over Discrimination Inquiry

Judge Dismisses Seattle Pacific University Lawsuit Over Discrimination Inquiry

Washington State’s attorney general is investigating to determine if Seattle Pacific’s employment policies violate LGBTQ+ employees’ civil rights.

Read: Jury Finds Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Guilty of Sexual Abuse

Jury Finds Ex-UCLA Gynecologist Guilty of Sexual Abuse

Thursday’s verdict follows payments of nearly $700 million by UCLA to victims, a record amount by a public university.

Read: 2 NYC Hospitals Settle OGBYN Sexual Abuse Case, Will Pay $165M

2 NYC Hospitals Settle OGBYN Sexual Abuse Case, Will Pay $165M

Prosecutors say former OBGYN Robert Hadden sexually abused dozens of his female patients, including minors, over many years.

Read: Huntington University Hires Independent Team to Review Title IX, Sexual Misconduct Policies

Huntington University Hires Independent Team to Review Title IX, Sexual Misconduct Policies

The independent review was prompted by allegations that a former coach sexually assaulted and doped female members of the cross country team.

Read: Allegations of Sexual Assault, Doping Prompt Huntington University to Place 2 Coaches on Leave

Allegations of Sexual Assault, Doping Prompt Huntington University to Place 2 Coaches on Leave

A lawsuit filed by two former students claims the coaches knew about the school’s former cross-country coach’s abuse and did nothing to stop it.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

OCR found that although administrators and teachers at the school were aware of widespread harassment, the district repeatedly responded ineffectively, or not at all, to reported harassment.

Read: Robb Elementary School Principal Suspended Over Mass Shooting

Robb Elementary School Principal Suspended Over Mass Shooting

A preliminary report claims the principal knew about Robb Elementary’s security issues but didn’t address them before the May 24 massacre.

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