Malik Taylor pleaded guilty Tuesday to rape and child endangerment for his encounters with the underage girl.
A report released on Tuesday said P.S. 106 elementary school principal Marcella Sills should be fired from her job because she was often absent or late to work.
Marcella Sills of PS 106 is accused of a list of offenses, including allegedly asking staffers to falsify timecards to cover what is being called a long-standing habit of her chronic absences and leaving work on the sly.
A dean at a high school in Hell’s Kitchen has resigned, after investigators said he had sex with four students – one of them 16 years old.
Evelyn Rogers, a 33-year-old teacher at the High School for Innovation in Advertising and Media in Brooklyn, was arrested on third degree rape charges, Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard Condon said.
William Abreu, 43, allegedly asked the three girls, who met with him to apply for summer jobs at the school, if they were sexually active.
English teacher Erin Sayar, 36, was arrested Thursday for rape and other charges for engaging in sexual conduct with the 11th grade student at Brooklyn’s James Madison High School, police said.
Under the new social media policy, schools chancellor Dennis Walcott has indicated that teachers may be barred from becoming Facebook friends with students on their personal pages.
Schools Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard Condon is recommending that P.S. 31 principal Liza Cruz Diaz be fired and made ineligible for future work with the Department of Education.
A closer look at the document revealed numerous errors. “Trail” was written instead of “trial,” “sited” for “cited,” and “manger” for “manager,” officials said.
Investigators are alleging that a Queens teacher tried to bribe students with better grades in exchange for supportive testimony at a disciplinary hearing.
Charles Oross, 44, has been charged with statutory rape and endangering the welfare of a child. He allegedly continued his relationship with a female student for over a year.
New York City’s special investigation commissioner says allegations of grade changing and test tampering by city teachers and school administrators have more than tripled since 2003.