A months-long investigation by the Ohio auditor’s office preceded Tuesday’s action by the Kettering school board to place Superintendent Jim Schoenlein and Treasurer Steve Clark on paid administrative leave, the Dayton Daily News has learned.
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The Dayton Daily News was the only local media outlet to track Kettering schools’ repeated closed-door meetings, and secured school e-mails and memos showing that the district has been under state investigation for months.