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Bill upping disclosure of Kentucky educator sexual misconduct fails to pass despite support

Posted on AllSides April 16th, 2024
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A bill that would require more disclosure of teacher sexual misconduct, ban nondisclosure agreements and require teachers to tell prospective employees about prior investigations of misconduct failed to pass the Kentucky General Assembly despite unanimous support. House Bill 275, a sweeping educator sexual misconduct bill, would help stop a “revolving door of sexual predators” in our schools, said Sen. Stephen West, R-Paris, in late March. The bill passed unanimously in the Senate March 27. It had passed unanimously in the House in February. The Senate made some tweaks and changes...

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