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Superintendent in San Juan (Calif.) accused of harassment by employees

Ten women have filed $17 million in claims with the San Juan (Calif.) Unified School District alleging that Superintendent Glynn Thompson created a hostile workplace. The Sacramento Bee reports that the past and present employees contend they were subject to Thompson’s unprovoked, angry and violent outbursts. Thompson has been on paid leave since mid-May.

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