BUFFALO, N.Y. — A law firm’s review has suggested that 10 teachers before employed by an upstate New York prep school had “improper relations with students” in past years. CBS News associate WIVB-TV reports the review was launched by the Nichols School’s Board of Trustees some-more than 6 months ago after a former tyro came brazen with allegations that a teacher began a passionate attribute with her during her comparison year in the early 1990s. A classmate pronounced she reported the bungle to administrators at the time but zero was done.
Additional allegations emerged as partial of the investigation. According to the Nichols School, no stream employees have been accused of inapt behavior. The many new case took place some-more than 12 years ago.
“From the opening of this investigation, encouraged by two women with the bravery to come brazen with their stories, we directed to do what was right by full avowal of past misconduct. We achieved those goals by inhabitant best practices, and we are assured this was the correct march to take,” Board of Trustees authority Jeff Meyer said. “Only by a transparent, eccentric routine such as this can we come to terms with past bungle at the school and pierce Nichols brazen into the future.”
In a press release, school officials wrote in part: “The review found bungle and lapses of oversight, but dynamic these were not ‘systemic’ over the duration of the report.”
According to WIVB-TV, the school apologized to the victims and pronounced they didn’t get the insurance and caring that they should have received.
None of the victims were named in the 85-page report, which was prepared by investigators at the Washington, D.C.-based law organisation Crowell Moring.