The state auditor’s office released a report Monday that said courts, state agencies, county sheriffs and principals fail to consistently share information about student crimes, leaving teachers in the dark.
The state auditor’s office released a report Monday that said courts, state agencies, county sheriffs and principals fail to consistently share information about student crimes, leaving teachers in the dark. Creatas Getty Images/Creatas RF
The state auditor’s office released a report Monday that said courts, state agencies, county sheriffs and principals fail to consistently share information about student crimes, leaving teachers in the dark. Creatas Getty Images/Creatas RF

Teachers should know if a student has committed a crime, but often aren’t told, auditor’s office finds

November 07, 2018 11:16 AM