Sunday, February 17, 2013
Hotline failed, but don't silence whistle-blowers

After a lengthy and painful disclosure of wrongdoing in the Monroe County School District, culminating in the conviction of its superintendent and his wife, the district's credibility was scraping bottom. Knowing it takes years to rebuild public trust, the School Board set about to find ways to change what was perceived as a culture of corruption, and to avoid being blindsided by further allega...

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