An Instagram account has been reactivated to encourage the public to report corruption within the Atlantic City Board of Education.

In reestablishing this social media presence, the group released the news as follows:

Due to the inability of the Board of Education to do the right thing and suspend the superintendent, we will be activating this page again. However, this time around, if you have stories of abuse in Atlantic City School District (with proof or your own personal experience) we will forward that information to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office so Justice can be served. We will also be reaching out to major media companies (Netflix, prime, etc.) to pick up the story of AC school corruption.

The Instagram account screen name is:


The Atlantic City Board of Education has refused to suspend La’Quetta Small, the Superintendent of Public Schools for more than 1 month.

MARTY SMALL is criminally charged with:

  • 2nd degree endangering the welfare of a child.
  • 3rd degree aggravated assault
  • 3rd degree terroristic threats
  • disorderly persons simple assault.

LA'QUETTA SMALL is criminally charged with:

  • 2nd degree endangering the welfare of a child.
  • 3 separate counts of disorderly persons simple assault.

CONSTANCE DAYS-CHAPMAN, the Atlantic City High School Principal is criminally charged with:

  • second-degree Official Misconduct.
  • third-degree Hindering Apprehension of
  • Another.
  • fourth-degree Obstruction of Justice.
  • disorderly persons Failure to Report Child Abuse.

We caught-up with former Atlantic City Board of Education President John Devlin … who said the following:

"This is a classic example of chickens coming home to roost,” said Devlin.

“Back when we were dealing with the the Kayan Frazier Matter (Frazier who is Small's First Cousin who was charged with sexually assaulting a student from Atlantic City we were advised by independent legal council that we should establish a confidential communication line with present/past victims who were sexually abused or the victim of any kind of abuse. Several board members and I attempted to establish a safe haven hot line, website or email for victims, wittiness's past or present with information,” said Devlin.

“Unfortunately we received a lot of push back mostly by Shay Steele and and other Small Supporters on the board of Ed. Sadly it was never established and any information that would help an investigation was never recovered, we need to do better.

“Seeing someone stepping-up to the plate to stop corruption and unethical behavior I for one applaud them. I encourage anyone to get involved,” said Devlin.

Since the Atlantic City Board of Education refuses to act, it is now incumbent upon the state of New Jersey to take appropriate action.


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