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Report: Arizona school official did nothing unlawful

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TUCSON, AZ (AP) -

The head of Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind has been cleared of any major wrongdoing after being accused of harassment and discrimination.

The findings are included in reports compiled by a law firm that was hired to investigate complaints made earlier this year against Superintendent Robert Hill.

The Arizona Daily Star obtained the reports through a public records request.

The newspaper reports Hill did not engage in any unlawful activities when dealing with workers. However, one report did question the way Hill communicated with employees and the way he handled certain situations.

Hill was placed on administrative leave during the governing board meeting on Oct. 24. He will be able to respond to the allegations at the next meeting.

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