BPS Investigation Found 'Egregious' Bullying, Sexual Misconduct At Boston School, Letter Says

Monday, March 04, 2024

An investigation conducted by Boston Public Schools found administrators at one school were aware of "egregious Code of Conduct violations," including bullying and sexual misconduct, but failed to take appropriate action in response, according to a letter sent to parents.  There was also evidence found of inappropriate messages sent by a now-former employee to female students, according to Superintendent Mary Skipper's letter, dated Feb. 15.

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