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      Monroe Assistant Principal loses certification

      The Herald reports that James' problem stems from two misdemeanor sexual battery charges filed against him in regard to several incidents involving a paraprofessional in 2011 while he was principal at Southside Middle School.
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      According to FOX 31 Media Partner the Albany Herald, Monroe High School Assistant Principal Joey James has had his teaching certifications revoked by the State Professional Standards Commission and faces a Dougherty County School Board hearing on January 30th.

      The Herald reports that James' problem stems from two misdemeanor sexual battery charges filed against him in regard to several incidents involving a paraprofessional in 2011 while he was principal at Southside Middle School.

      James has recently gained attention after a video surfaced of him intervening in a fight at Monroe.

      For more on this story, visit the Albany Herald.
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