Pennsylvania's new ed. secretary is already facing controversy
- Carolyn Dumaresq was just named Pennsylvania's new acting education secretary Monday, but is already facing backlash over her failure to report $6,000 of outside income from an out-of-state executive recruitment firm on her 2009 and 2010 financial disclosure forms.
- The incident was "an honest mistake," according to spokesman Tim Eller, and Dumaresq is expected to amend the forms.
- Dumaresq's predecessor in the $140,000-a-year education post, William Harner, was asked to resign Monday after less than three months on the job when a questionable e-mail surfaced from his time as superintendent of the Cumberland Valley School District.
From the article:
... The oversight was first reported by PennLive, a website affiliated with the Patriot News of Harrisburg. Lynn Lawson, Gov. Corbett's spokeswoman, called it "a case of human error" and said it would not affect Dumaresq's standing. ...
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