Skip to comments.2 Disciplined Mpls. School Employees Keep Their Jobs (MN)
Posted on 06/14/2012 11:42:35 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
Two employees admitted to misconduct but will keep their jobs in the Minneapolis Public School District. Transportation Services Manager Alonzo Anthony admitted he improperly took nearly $3,000 from the district. His punishment is a five-day suspension without pay and reimbursement. Jennifer Scott is a special education instructor. She admitted to inappropriate professional boundaries with a student. She also had been reprimanded in the past for missing more than a dozen days of work on two separate occasions. Her punishment is a two-day suspension without pay. Both employees keep their jobs.
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Get caught stealing $3K from your stockboy job at the grocery story and you become a convicted felon with jail time. Rob the taxpayers and get a five-day suspension and get to keep your job. This is why Governor Walker won. Dayton, are you listening?
Connecticut you listening too....
In the private sector Alonzo would have been fired and likely criminally charged and Jenny would have been, at minimum, fired.
Talk about a modest slap on the wrist.
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