The State Board of Education voted unanimously this morning to reinstate the license of a Wichita teacher who lost her job after allegedly waiting too long to report suspected child abuse.
The State Board of Education voted unanimously this morning to reinstate the license of a Wichita teacher who lost her job after allegedly waiting too long to report suspected child abuse. The Wichita Eagle
The State Board of Education voted unanimously this morning to reinstate the license of a Wichita teacher who lost her job after allegedly waiting too long to report suspected child abuse. The Wichita Eagle

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