Clover Park School District to pay seven figures to ex-administrator who opposed sex offender transfers

The Clover Park School District is set to pay a settlement of $1.2 million to James Beck client Moureen David, an ex-administrator who lost her job for opposing the system of sexual offender transfers between schools. James Beck said, "Ms. David provided almost two decades of dedicated service to the school district, making sure that students'safety and education was paramount. Children aren't going to be in a safe environment if employees don't feel free to speak out about situations in which students may be at risk of sexual assault, sexual harassment or policies breaking down in that regard." For further information, please click on The News Tribune story below: