Cafiero’s lawyer said she did nothing wrong and wants to return to her $105,000-a-year job. District spokesman Doug Young said he could not comment on the personnel matter.
“I would hope they take her back soon,” lawyer Charles Mandracchia said Aug. 17. “She’s one of the few people that said we needed to establish a policy. And it kind of fell on deaf ears.”
Note to readers:
Don’t forget to visit the Securing Student Laptops for Safe Learning resource center. Technology is an essential part of a 21st-century education for both teachers and students, and district 1-to-1 computing initiatives and laptop lending programs are on the rise. Most of the focus falls on how these mobile computers and handheld devices will help enhance teaching and learning. However, how a district manages its technology can have a significant impact on its budget. Go to:
Securing Student Laptops for Safe Learning