Peoria Public Radio Staff
Thu January 23, 2014
Some Dunlap parents express concern over alleged video use
Some Dunlap School District parents expressed concern about an alleged video using images of students without getting permission. Dunlap Superintendent Jay Marino is alleged to have used the images in marketing material for a side education business. Some parents say that they should have been asked first before allegedly using the images for the business. Other parents are rising to defend Marino calling it a witch-hunt. A check of the video online shows that is was removed.