Ohio law that led to firing of school employees is upheld

Oct. 27, 2010
State Supreme Court says schools can fire workers who had criminal histories

From The Columbus Dispatch: School districts in Ohio did not violate the law when they fired dozens of employees over long-ago criminal convictions, the state Supreme Court has ruled. The court ruled that a 2007 state law that required school districts to look into the criminal histories of employees and fire those convicted of certain offenses was not unconstitutionally retroactive.

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