A YEAR FULL OF SCHOOL SEX RAPS
A new report shows city teachers, principals and other school workers were accused of more crimes by school investigators in 2006 than in any recent year. Of the 259 allegations that special schools investigator Richard Condon leveled at school employees last year, he turned a record high 101 cases over to federal or state prosecutors for possible criminal probes. That's up 68% from 2005, when only 60 cases were referred to prosecutors and higher than any year since Condon's office started keeping track in 2002.
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