N.J. may finally be addressing its teacher sexual misconduct problem

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State lawmakers on Tuesday will hold a hearing on sexual misconduct in schools and consider a proposal for stricter background checks to flag teachers accused of inappropriate behavior with students at their previous schools. The hearing comes after an NJ Advance Media investigation published in December exposed how dangerous flaws in the system for vetting school…

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