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A local lawmaker is trying to stop "ghost" teachers who are getting paid while never showing up to the classroom. NBC10's investigative reporter Mitch Blacher has the details in part three of his report. WATCH PART ONE WATCH PART TWO
Some Pennsylvania teachers are being paid to work but are absent from the classroom. The NBC10 Investigators were told that they are being paid to work in the union office, which is a part of their contracts. Watch part one of the NBC10 Investigators' 'Ghost Teachers' series HERE .
In schools around the city, teachers are being paid to teach but are never stepping foot inside the classroom. NBC10's investigative reporter Mitch Blacher took a deeper look at what this means for education and taxpayer dollars in part one of a three-part series. Watch part two of the 'Ghost Teacher' series HERE.
Even though school is out for the summer, there are teachers on the payroll who are out of the classroom all year round. Investigative reporter Mitch Blacher is looking into the issue.
NBC10 Investigator Mitch Blacher digs into why former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams still received a paycheck despite not being able to perform his job.
Only two days after the NBC10 Investigators aired an interview with a former Chester County employee who claimed cyber security gaps were putting first responders and citizens at risk, Pennsylvania State Police searched through... Read More
Repeat DUI drivers are killing at an astounding rate, according to PennDOT and AAA. But the NBC10 Investigators discovered efforts to get them off the road sooner are going nowhere. Read More
A former Chester County employee claims he was fired for exposing cyber security gaps that make first responders and citizens in the county vulnerable to hackers. Read More
The NBC10 Investigators found a possible link between state senators, their landlords and donation money. So, Mitch Blacher went looking for answers on whether it was a coincidence or something more.
A New Jersey couple is speaking out after they say they found a handwritten note signed by America’s first serial killer inside a family Bible. Read More
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