KBAK: Investigation into school employees on paid leave

An Eyewitness News investigation found that school employees, put on administrative leave while they were being investigated, earned a combined $162,000 — including cases involving victims represented by Chain | Cohn | Stiles. Once you factor in the cost of substitute teachers and legal fees, roughly $250,000 of taxpayer money was spent on these educators who were not educating anyone. Chain | Cohn | Stiles law firm has filed claims on behalf of students who were victims of sexual misconduct at North High School.