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Union Leader August 26,2019
Amanda Grady Sexton, an at-large member of the Concord City Council, said the district’s response has been troubling for parents and students. Grady Sexton, who is also director of public affairs for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, said the district and administrators have not properly accepted responsibility for their own mistakes, which led to a breakdown in public trust.
“The community is looking to the School Board and Administration for leadership and answers, not silence,” Sexton said. “It’s shocking to see a letter that asks the dedicated staff in the Concord School District to ‘move forward’ before the school board and administration has evaluated the past and taken responsibility for the egregious harm inflicted upon students.”