SCHOOLS: Hiring precedents

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The current campaign of hysteria that suggests sexual predators are pervasive in our schools reminds me of the FAKE NEWS that was part of the recent presidential election.

But, imagine if a teacher applied to our school system, and a tape of him, locker room talking, about grabbing women, and then 11 women told you that he did that to them, should we hire him?

Perhaps some of the same people trying to create this hysteria have a higher standard for teachers than for president of the United States of America!

HARLEY DUFF

Coeur díAlene

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