SableGate: The Coverup Continues

The Trib is reporting today that the state Department of Education has officially decided *not* to investigate SableGate. According to the DoE,

because the agency wasn't involved with Sable's hiring it will not be part of any separation or severance. "The only time we would get involved in something like this would be if it involved disciplinary action," [the spokesperson] said. [She] said that, according to the department's legal division, the only way residents can find out what led to the buyout is if the board members were to discuss it in a public session.

Sounds to me like someone at the Lebo School District talked to someone in Harrisburg. Is the Board cutting more deals to keep the public in the dark?

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