Days after being fired from a Greenwich daycare center amid a state investigation into allegations of child abuse, the employee managed to land a job elsewhere working with children in a few towns in there, according to court records.
In a system focused on the safety and well-being of children, steadily bolstered by the Office of the Early Years and the state legislature after a spate of daycare deaths in 2016, it appears the Norwalk woman has found a loophole when her new employer failed to verify it. references, according to court records.
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