The Teacher’s Lucrative and Illegal Side-Hustle

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Posts about real school tragedy, crime and/or events can be upsetting.

Hello! It may not seem like it, but I have high regard for school teachers. Just spending all day ‘on stage’ sounds exhausting. And then they teach to different intelligent levels, different learning abilities, different discipline and support levels. Everything is uncontrollable factors influencing the outcome.

It takes a special person to be a teacher. The pay is relatively low, and the reward is short lived as the students move on to the next grade, and the task begins anew.

When a teacher crosses the line, it’s always surprising and disappointing. It makes me think that person should never have been a teacher in the first place. I believe administrators choose to ignore warning signs or in this case clues of wealth.

BLOG POST #108: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving an elementary school teacher.

You Won’t Get Rich On A Teacher’s Salary

The teacher was one of sixteen people who participated in a scheme to defraud the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps and WIC – Women, Infant, and Children).

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The School Principal’s Double Life

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BLOG POST #78: This week I’m sharing my research on a 33-year-old elementary school principal.

The month-and-a-half long investigation began with an anonymous tip about the school principal’s brother.

A search of the brother’s home found heroin and methamphetamine. From that drug bust, law enforcement learned of the school principal’s involvement.

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