Omaha, Nebraska 2021-08-05 12:10:07 –
Des Moines, Iowa (AP) —The director of Iowa’s largest school district resolves a complaint against him last year after refusing to return a student to a face-to-face class amid a surge in coronavirus cases. He says he is happy to have been done.
On Wednesday, a state commission approved an administrative law judge’s decision that Des Moines director Thomas Ahart should put a public rebuke letter in his permanent license file. The judge denied the state’s request that Ahart be required to complete 15 hours of ethical training.
At the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, when Governor Kim Reynolds ordered schools to provide at least half an hour of face-to-face learning, he claimed that parental choices outweighed the risk of being infected with the coronavirus. , A complaint arose.
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