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Berkeley Unified reveals payout in guidance counselor sex case

Friday, August 3, 2012

After stonewalling for more than a year, Berkeley Unified School District has finally revealed what it shelled out to defend Berkeley High guidance counselor Anthony Smith, accused of sexually harassing a female student. The tab: $172,697.15, California Watch says. That includes $57,500 to the girl to settle the case after the district declined to fire Smith.
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