Police at Pomona Unified will return to campuses soon, four months after mother and father and college students referred to as for his or her removal. The City Council voted 5-1 this week to approve a service settlement that can price the school district $195,000 per officer, according to the Daily Bulletin. Almost 20 years in the past, a state administrator was appointed to manipulate the varsity district as a end result of it was financially insolvent. But the district remains to be beneath oversight while paying off a $100 million mortgage to the state. A county trustee has veto energy over any monetary selections district leaders make.
- The report is predicated on the 2020 figures from the federal Education Department’s Civil Rights Data Collection.
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