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  • Group asks for superintendent to be put on leave

    Casey Lamonski, chair of FREE, Fresnans for Responsibility and Ethics in Education, spoke to the media about the recent Cyber Dust scandal involving Fresno Unified superintendent Michael Hanson. In her statement, Lamonski asked the school board to put Hanson on administrative leave and hire an independent investigator.

Casey Lamonski, chair of FREE, Fresnans for Responsibility and Ethics in Education, spoke to the media about the recent Cyber Dust scandal involving Fresno Unified superintendent Michael Hanson. In her statement, Lamonski asked the school board to put Hanson on administrative leave and hire an independent investigator. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Casey Lamonski, chair of FREE, Fresnans for Responsibility and Ethics in Education, spoke to the media about the recent Cyber Dust scandal involving Fresno Unified superintendent Michael Hanson. In her statement, Lamonski asked the school board to put Hanson on administrative leave and hire an independent investigator. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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