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Teacher Gets 8 Years for Sexually Assaulting 6 Students

Teacher Gets 8 Years for Sexually Assaulting 6 Students

A D.C. elementary school teacher was sentenced to eight years in prison for sexually assaulting six of his students. Read More

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Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017
D.C. Police, Attorney General Investigate Public Charter School for Not Reporting Teacher's Suspected Sex Offense at Prior School

D.C. Police, Attorney General Investigate Public Charter School for Not Reporting Teacher's Suspected Sex Offense at Prior School

A Washington, D.C., public charter school is under investigation by D.C. police and D.C.’s attorney general for failure to report a suspected sex offense by a teacher, according to officials with each agency. Read More

Monday, Oct 30, 2017
Ex-DC Charter School Teacher Guilty of Sex Abuse of Student

Ex-DC Charter School Teacher Guilty of Sex Abuse of Student

A former Washington, D.C., charter school teacher pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a 14-year-old student. Read More

Monday, Oct 30, 2017
Ex-High School Security Director Gets 18 Mos. for Sex Abuse

Ex-High School Security Director Gets 18 Mos. for Sex Abuse

A Montgomery County judge sentenced a former director of security at a Maryland high school to 18 months in prison for the sex abuse of a student. Read More

Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017
No Timetable for DC Gaining Power to Revoke Teacher Licenses

No Timetable for DC Gaining Power to Revoke Teacher Licenses

Earlier this month, the I-Team found D.C. does not have the power to revoke a teacher's license -- even a teacher who admits to sexual misconduct with students. Scott MacFarlane reports D.C. officials say fixes will be made but they aren't sure when.

Wednesday, Oct 11, 2017
DC Teachers Admit Misconduct But Slip Through Cracks

DC Teachers Admit Misconduct But Slip Through Cracks

A News4 I-Team investigation finds D.C. teachers admit to misconduct but slip through the cracks. Read More

Friday, Sep 22, 2017
Va. Leaders Debate Laws About Teachers Accused of Misconduct

Va. Leaders Debate Laws About Teachers Accused of Misconduct

Virginia leaders are debating whether to change Virginia's laws to better remove teachers accused of sexually assaulting students. Scott MacFarlane reports.

Tuesday, Aug 29, 2017
Fairfax Co. to Notify State About Teacher Sex Offenses

Fairfax Co. to Notify State About Teacher Sex Offenses

Fairfax County Public Schools said it has changed its policies for handling teachers who admit to sexual misconduct with students. Read More

Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017
Unlicensed School Staffers Have Less to Lose Breaking Rules

Unlicensed School Staffers Have Less to Lose Breaking Rules

An investigation by the News4 I-Team revealed hundreds of school staffers have no license and much less to lose if they break the rules. Read More

Monday, Aug 21, 2017
Va. Dept. of Ed. Asks CPS for Proper Sex Abuse Reporting

Va. Dept. of Ed. Asks CPS for Proper Sex Abuse Reporting

The Virginia Department of Education formally asked almost 100 child protective service agencies in the state to ensure they’re properly reporting cases of sex abuse by public school teachers. Read More

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