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Students say Schenectady coach made boy wear girls uniform

Teammates describe Paparone as caring, lobby for reinstatement

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The Schenectady High School indoor track coach who was suspended and later resigned was disciplined because she told a boy to wear a girl’s uniform during practice, students said. Lisa Paparone ordered the boy, who is not being identified, to put on a girl’s uniform as punishment for skipping practice the day before. He and a teammate said he wasn’t upset by the punishment, however, and laughed it off. Parents of the track members said ...


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ChuckD
February 8, 2013
2 a.m.

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Why aren't there the same demands of oversight and assessment of school administrators as there are for teachers?

The problem with your "confidential personnel manner(sic)" is that when it inevitably becomes less-so, it sometimes appears to be more like a self-inflicted shot to the foot, and then becomes national headlines.

Well played, once again.

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