A complaint filed against former Savannah-Chatham school district superintendent John O'Sullivan has been tossed out.
Last month, a parent, Tina Kohout, filed a complaint with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission about behaviors and comments she says O'Sullivan made during the Hugh Golson recall hearings. Both were witnesses in the case.
Kohout claimed O'Sullivan used profanities while waiting to testify. The GPSC says it does not believe O'Sullivan violated the code of ethics for educators.
Reported by: Don Logana, email@example.com
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