California Tightens Law On Teacher Arrests

Print More,1,7054857.story?coll=la-headlines-california California’s law enforcement agencies and teacher credentialing board must notify public and private schools when teachers are arrested on suspicion of certain sex or drug crimes starting January 1, 2004, the Los Angeles Times says. The measure closes loopholes that became apparent when an Orange County teacher-coach was arrested a second time in two
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