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The different scholar, recognized as Student B, was in Grade 12 and was 17 when the instructor had an “inappropriate personal relationship” with the coed. Weeks after Student B graduated, the instructor “gave Student B alcohol and initiated a sexual relationship,” the ruling says.
Then, on Tuesday, one other ruling banned a second B.C. high school instructor from instructing for 15 years. The instructor’s identify and gender was not revealed, neither is the school recognized. The instructor, the ruling stated, began a sexual relationship with a scholar whom that they had taught between Grades 10 and 12.
The scholar — who can also be unnamed — graduated final June and the instructor and scholar struck up a sexual relationship in September. The ruling says the coed “spent a significant amount of time with the Teacher at the School and also spent time with the Teacher outside of School.”
The ruling additionally says the instructor had “boundary violations” with different students, who seen the instructor as extra of a good friend than an authority.
The instructor was fired and their instructor’s certificates, first obtained in 2014, was cancelled. The instructor agreed to not re-apply for a brand new certificates for a interval of 15 years.
With recordsdata from The Canadian Press and the Vancouver Sun
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