Would you continue to send your child to school after teachers there were arrested for sexually abusing their students?
A Los Angeles public school district superintendent named John Deasy assumes you wouldn't want to. After not one but two teachers were arrested for this kind of abuse at one of the schools he oversees, Miramonte Elementary, Deasy has replaced the entire staff for the remainder of the current term.
Everyone who works at the school, from the principal all the way through the cafeteria staff, will be removed as officials look into the extent of the abuse and offer counseling to everyone affected by the abuse. The staff will continue to be paid during the investigation, according to Deasy. "The last thing I'm worried about is a budget issue. The No. 1 thing I'm worried about is the students."
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Have you ever felt like you couldn't trust one of your child's teachers or caregivers?