Albuquerque Public Schools deputy superintendent, Timothy “Jason” Martinez resigned in August claiming “personal reasons”, however he is now on trial in Denver, Colorado over allegations he sexually abused two boys. Martinez had been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault involving two children back in 2013 and Albuquerque officials failed to do a background check on Martinez prior to his summer hiring.
The public school systems across the country are tasked with the care and safety of our children. Neither care nor safety are “privileges”, they should be a requirement, just as completed background checks should have been your requirement before hiring a potential child molester.
Shame on you Albuquerque Public Schools!
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