TPS Says E-Mails Taken Out Of Context

Search warrant shows revealing e-mails about a school molestation investigation.

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MsBlack - 5/17/2010 11:15 PM
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TPS is going to do what it feels it has to...deny and deter liability. What else is expected? Does anyone really expect to hear a statement from TPS saying that they knew of the allegations and did not abide by state law? Ofcourse not! Nor will TPS use this incident to teach students about inappropriate physical contact..but ofcourse they will continue to teach students sexual education. Who is to blame for this issue? All adults who were aware and chose to ignore are to blame. TPS claims to prioritize our children's safety...from who? They will quickly contact TPD and DHS if a child is left too long after school by a parent. Yet they will not contact either if employees are accused of inappropriate conduct with students. I believe that when it comes to disciplinary actions against TPS staff an independent committee should be formed to oversee the disciplinary procedures and investigations. The committee should consist of representatives of TPD, DHS, parents, attorneys, and medical (preferably child psychology). They should be a group of independent parties who are paid by the state to oversee disciplinary actions against Public School employees and verify that all actions taken are fair and abide by district and state policy and law.

fxstsb - 5/14/2010 10:47 AM
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more of the same from TPS . . . what about letting the students know what is going on and providing them with some positive learning skills to recognize and address child abuse . . .
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