Thursday, February 25, 2010

PA school superintendent accused of plagiarism

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review noted that [suspended] West Jefferson Hills [PA] Superintendent Terry Kinavey is being accused of plagiarizing several documents that were distributed to parents and staff [including welcoming letters to students, parents and staff for the 2009-10 school year] , according to testimony at a termination hearing for her last week.

The earlier suspension pertained to a different issue, and one wonders if the plagiarism charges amount to bolstering.

Certainly, other school officials have run into plagiarism charges. For example:

NJ School Superintendant plagiarizes in speech given to National Honor Society students

Egregious plagiarism case in New Jersey by school principal

Plagiarism flap comes to central New Jersey!


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