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Asked about the district disciplinary process for the exiled superintendent, Bradshaw would only say that hearings “are in the process of being rescheduled,” the same answer she gave last month. David Duwel, one of the attorneys for Corr, said Tuesday night that there had been no change in Corr’s case.
According to a November pre-disciplinary hearing notice from the school district, Corr slept in front of the federal mediator during an Aug. 9 contract negotiating session, created a hostile work environment by berating high-level administrators and received death benefits for a domestic partner while legally married to another person, among other allegations.
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Corr’s attorneys have argued that the complaints don’t make sense in the wake of a glowing performance review issued by the board on Oct. 3. They argued that some of the allegations may not be fully accurate, or wouldn’t rise to the level of a contractual violation.