Ex-Burnsville school administrator had filed charges and complaint
Tania Chance, the School District 191 administrator who was paid nearly $255,000 in a separation agreement, had earlier filed charges with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights and a complaint with the Minnesota Board of School Administrators.
The board of administrators complaint concerned district Superintendent Randy Clegg, according to the separation agreement.
Chance, the district’s former human resources director, withdrew the charges and claim as a condition of the buyout, the document said.
Thisweek obtained an unredacted copy of the agreement last week. Copies released earlier by the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage district had nine lines blacked out on the advice of its attorney. See more in John Gessner’s exclusive ThisweekLive coverage.