Principal who admitted plagiarism to be reassigned
NAPERVILLE (WLS) -- The Naperville Central High School principal who admitted to plagiarizing a speech has been reassigned.
The superintendent revealed that Jim Caudill will now work in the district's central office.
His new role includes overseeing renovation projects and initiating a new alternative education program for struggling students.
Earlier this year, Caudill admitted a speech he gave at a graduation event was mostly taken from one written years ago by a student.
Caudill had one year remaining on his contract. He had already announced plans to retire in two years.
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