Too Little, Too Late? 

A group of Tucson High employees worry about retaliation and want to know why it took TUSD administration six months to finally investigate their allegations

Six months ago, five Tucson High Magnet School employees met with Tucson Unified School District Superintendent H.T. Sanchez, handing him a signed wrongful conduct and discrimination complaint detailing allegations of student safety and discrimination. Since then not much has happened, although the…

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