CPS removes 2 principals amid sex abuse investigation


Chicago Public Schools has removed two principals for their handling of allegations that children were being sexually abused.CPS reassigned principal Armando Rodriguez pending the outcome of an investigation into the school's oversight of staff interactions with students. The school district also removed Dr. Sheldon House, the principal at Simeon Career Academy.After an audit of the management practices at the Chatham area-school, CPS said it found issues with the school's response to past events in which volunteers were able to coach athletics without the proper background checks.



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