The Line: Mora Superintendent Faked Credentials

October 23, 2015 – The Las Vegas Optic recently reported that Mora Independent School District Superintendent Charles E. Trujillo falsified his credentials to qualify for the position. Trujillo also previously oversaw the licensing bureau within the Public Education Department. Two PED employees have come forward and said they raised concerns about Trujillo’s credentials.

Trujillo turned over his licenses this week and the Mora School Board voted to put him on paid administrative leave while an investigation continues.

What does this mean for the Mora school district and licenses issued while Trujillo was with the Public Education Department? Gene Grant leads the discussion with this week’s Line opinion panelists.

Dan Foley, former House Minority Whip
Janice Arnold-Jones, former state senator
Sophie Martin, attorney and editor of
Laura Sanchez-Rivét, Sanchez Legal Solutions

1 thought on “The Line: Mora Superintendent Faked Credentials

  1. The board voted to put him on paid administrative leave paying him $381 a day. Also the elementary principle’s father in law is a board member too. This is ridiculous.

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