A teacher who disciplined students by warning they would “spend time with a pedophile” and if the behaviour got worse it “would be without vaseline.”A high school teacher whose female students said he called them “sluts,” “pole dancers,” “whore” and commented that tongue studs were for “oral sex.”A teacher who shut Grade 8 students in a storage cupboard to discipline them.
A teacher who repeatedly took photos of Grade 8 girls with his cellphone.
In its investigation, the also found teachers who help students cheat on provincial EQAO tests; a teacher who ridiculed students’ religious beliefs; a teacher who repeatedly hit or manhandled students; a teacher who flirted with a Grade 7 girl, sending her what a judge ruled (though the teacher was acquitted of sexual assault and exploitation charges) were “sexually charged” text messages including “lots of love” and “can’t stop thinking about you, I didn’t want you to leave today.”In some cases, a summary is published on the watchdog’s website and in its quarterly newsletter, without the teacher’s name or school.
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When it comes to keeping secret the names of some offenders, College Registrar Michael Salvatori said it is done if the teacher had a “momentary lapse of judgment.” Salvatori said that they make the decision in “the public interest.” Salvatori said College rules prevented him from commenting on any of the cases.
After the raised this and other issues with the College this summer, it hired respected retired judge Patrick Le Sage just before Labour Day to examine its disciplinary practices.
Of the 43 cases published in 2009, 20 did not identify the teacher.