As School Starts, Lawmaker Vows to Keep Teachers with Criminal Pasts Out of Classrooms
As students return to classrooms across Minnesota, a state lawmaker says she will continue to push a law change that would prevent teachers with certain criminal pasts from obtaining a license. Rep. Jenifer Loon introduced legislation last year after a 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Investigation found the Minnesota Board of Teaching, now known as the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board , had issued licenses to 14 teachers and staff members who had criminal pasts involving sexual misconduct, violence, drugs and theft.
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