DPS Superintendent Corr To Address Misconduct Allegations At Upcoming Hearing
Dayton Public Schools is again under scrutiny following the school board’s decision in late November to place Superintendent Rhonda Corr on administrative leave.
Among other things, Corr is accused of creating a hostile work environment in the district’s central office.
She was originally scheduled to respond to the allegations this week at a disciplinary hearing, but it was rescheduled.
To learn more about what to expect through the disciplinary process, and how it could affect the district’s students and teachers, WYSO’s Jerry Kenney sat down with WYSO education reporter April Laissle.