Tennessee district tightens policy on use of district equipment

March 26, 2008
Revision prohibits employees from "borrowing" equipment and taking it home

The Shelby County (Tenn.) district has revised its policy to prohibt employees from borrowing and taking home school-owned equipment such as computers and television. The change comes after an embarrassing revelation last fall that a former principal bought a small riding lawnmower with school football funds and had it delivered to his home.

To read The Memphis Commercial Appeal article, click here.

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