Larry Wittig, ousted as state education honcho over sexual misconduct claims, still in charge in Tamaqua
Within 24 hours of being accused of sexual misconduct, Larry Wittig resigned as president of the Pennsylvania State Board of Education, was removed from the president's leadership council at Drexel University, and was asked to give up his seat on the board of trustees at Philadelphia University-Thomas Jefferson University. But in Tamaqua, where Wittig has been president of the school board for 23 years, it is business as usual.
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