Iowa education department authorities start Phase II audit for Davenport schools


Jeremy Kaiser, Scott Detention & Diversion Programs director “Put them face to face in a neutral setting and the victim is able to talk about some of the harm that’s been done, so there’s some real face to face accountability there.” 3 3 THE SCOTT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS EXPECTED TO VOTE ON THIS PROGRAM THIS WEEK… IF IT PASSES, KAISER HOPES TO GET IT LAUNCHED ON APRIL FIRST. IN THE STUDIO, TAHERA RAHMAN, FOX 18 NEWS. 3 TIFFANY: AUTHORITIES FROM IOWA’S STATE EDUCATION BOARD ARE IN DAVENPORT THIS WEEK. JIM: THEY’RE TAKING A LOOK AT WHETHER THE DISTRICT IS DOING ENOUGH TO ADDRESS SEVEN VIOLATIONS. 3 THE STATE HAMMERED THE DISTRICT IN AN AUDIT LAST SPRING FOR ITS SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND RACIAL BIAS WHEN PUNISHING STUDENTS. DAVENPORT SCHOOL LEADERS WENT BEFORE THE IOWA BOARD OF EDUCATION IN NOVEMBER. STATE OFFICIALS WEREN’T HAPPY WITH THE DISTRICT’S PROGRESS. THEY SCHEDULED A MORE

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