Corruption in Schools
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This paper discusses how over the last decade there has been much discussion about the issue of corruption in the public schools. Arrests, grand jury indictments and massive financial audits have occurred in order to attack this problem across the nation. The paper further discusses how while there are those that suggest that corruption is only made to be such a gigantic problem because of media involvement in specific events, the evidence indicates that corruption is a national problem. Snell (2004) reported that the Roslyn School District of Long Island, New York first identified a national issue related to corruption in the public schools (sec. 1). At the Roslyn School District the "former school superintendent Frank A. Tassone and senior administrator Pamela C. Gluckin were each charged recently with stealing more than $1 million from the district".
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