El Monte Superintendent Files Suit After Being Placed on Administrative Leave

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Former El Monte Union High School District Superintendent Irella Perez, who was placed on administrative leave in March, recently filed a claim for damages alleging she was targeted for standing up for harassed employees, and that she was subjected to harassment herself. Kareen Wynter reports from El Monte for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Sept. 22, 2016.

Correction: The video has been removed from this post as it showed file footage of the wrong school district. 

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