ETHICS ISSUES: Sebring, Two Others Accused
An ethics complaint against former Des Moines schools superintendent Nancy Sebring was dropped in June but two current Des Moines Public School employees are still being accused of ethics violations.
The Des Moines Register reports the accusations were against Sebring, Walnut School principal Craig Leager, and district human resources director Thomas Mitchell.
The Iowa Board of Educational Examiners says the three took part in the hiring of an employee who didn’t have a teaching license or certificate or endorsement to teach Chinese.
The board dropped the allegations against Sebring in June.
Leager and Mitchell could be reprimanded or suspended.