Thursday, September 27, 2012

New Haven's Hillhouse principal suspended for 3 days without pay in grade tampering case (documents, video)

By Shahid Abdul-Karim
Register Staff
NEW HAVEN — Superintendent of Schools Reginald Mayo met with James Hillhouse High School Principal Kermit Carolina Wednesday afternoon and issued a three-day unpaid suspension for Carolina’s alleged involvement in grade and credit tampering, but Carolina and his attorney refuse to accept the discipline and stand ready to go to the mat for full vindication.
Carolina and his attorney, Michael Jefferson, called a press conference on the steps of City Hall to repudiate the suspension, and continued their efforts for transparency and to clear Carolina of wrong-doing.

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