Los Angeles district record of investigating sexual misconduct allegations is lacking

May 11, 2009
Newspaper says district doesn't adequately look into allegations against employees

From The Los Angeles Times: The Los Angeles Unified School District repeatedly has failed to follow up on sexual misconduct complaints against employees once police or prosecutors drop criminal actions, The Los Angeles Times says. Some employees have ended up at new schools, and in at least one instance, the new principal had no idea of the employee's history. In some cases, the employee went on to be charged with or convicted of molesting another student.

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