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13 Adult Ed. Teachers Sue, Claiming Age Bias Behind Negative Evaluations

Posted 5/10/18

Thirteen educators over the age of 50 who worked in the Department of Education’s troubled Office of Adult and Continuing Education have filed complaints with the state Division of Human Rights claiming that they were targeted with poor ratings and discipline because of their age.

Former Adult Education Teachers have previously described low morale and a hostile climate under the leadership of Superintendent Rose-Marie Mills, who has run the program since 2012.

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