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Teachers Gone Wild!

Posted on | April 14, 2014 | 26 Comments

New York City public schools don’t discriminate against perverts:

More than 100 city teachers, administrators and other school staffers have been caught in the last five years engaging in sexual or “inappropriate” relationships with students, The Post has learned.
The special commissioner of investigation for city schools, Richard Condon, has fielded 593 complaints about such illicit relationships since April 2009. His office substantiated 104 cases, it ­revealed Friday.
“I’m absolutely stunned at that number,” said Laura Timoney, a Community Education Council member whose 15-year-old daughter attends a city high school on Staten Island. “It’s shocking, but what do you do to stop this?” . . .

(Hint: Don’t send your kids to public schools.)

The student-staff hanky-panky constitutes only a fraction of all sexual-misconduct complaints, which include groping, molestation and assault. In 2013 alone, Condon’s office received 566 complaints against Department of Education employees with a “sexual component.” It opened 233 investigations and substantiated 24 percent, or 58, Condon reports.

(Hat-tip Dan Riehl on Twitter.) This is why public school teachers have unions: To protect their right to have sex with their students.



  • Stanley

    “I’m absolutely stunned at that number,”

    Lady, do your homework. Or, shall I have to do it for you?

  • Zohydro

    Any serious attempt to address this epidemic of sexual misconduct by school personnel will be thwarted by reports, investigations, and regulation…

  • daleyrocks

    If the union won’t stand up for the right of teachers to have sex with their students, who will?

    What are union due for after all, except political contributions and to protect the right of teachers to have sex with their students.

    Students don’t vote.

  • Anamika

    People are just human — so they’re going to DO this thing that they really shouldn’t. Well, how can one not have judgments in this area, we just need to transfer the co-responsibility to the public school management/unions and their expectations.

    One is absolutely right to be alert about the potential for abuse and exploitation because of the power imbalance and because of the trust encouraged in students regarding the teacher’s intentions and abilities.

  • RS

    But of course, greater centralized control will stop all this madness in a heartbeat.

  • daleyrocks

    We need to put the perverts in charge of themselves. What could go wrong?

  • Anamika

    The situation should be dealt with openly, certainly. There’s always a furtiveness and a denial about it from those in charge. And surely that’s at least as damaging as anything else. When the teachers take advantage of this kind of environment (and get caught) that’s when they get themselves in the dog house. And that’s just a piece of tail wags the dog.

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  • daleyrocks

    These matters must be handled in a nurturing, non-judgemental manner with full consideration given to the pedagogical process.

  • Dinsdale Piranha

    Whew! Good thing the accused preverts weren’t religious or anything. Then there might have to have been outraged news reports, clingers, Facebook banner-wavers, and outings.

    And not the kind of outings with picnic blankets and sandwiches.

  • Dana

    Our esteemed host suggested:

    Hint: Don’t send your kids to public schools.

    Alas! It seems that they aren’t significantly safer in the parochial schools, either.

  • concern00

    Eventually they will vote but by then they will be converts to the leftist cult of love aka the cult of perversion. Some of them may grow up to be teachers where they can experience a whole different side to teacher student love.

  • richard mcenroe

    ” “It’s shocking, but what do you do to stop this?””

    Softball bat, applied topically. Repeat as needed.

  • richard mcenroe

    Caning through the streets used to be such a lively community event. Hard to imagine what life was like before cable.

  • Kirby McCain

    All of this and the NYC Mayor is closing successful charter schools. Liberals pro – choice? Not so much.

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    They should offer teacher student sex as an elective.

  • Kirby McCain

    It’s not?

  • Dinsdale Piranha

    I’m sure we’ll see an in-depth Today-show comparison of the numbers of predatory individuals in a whole range of professions.

    Nah, I don’t think so either.

  • Quartermaster

    The Baseball version puts more weight out at the end and works far better. It does, however, take more effort to get a high bat speed, but it’s worth that effort in the final effects.

  • Quartermaster

    They’re actually pro-death, and they’re the ones that get to choose for you.

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  • Kirby McCain

    After all, I’m sure most of this is just “mild pedophilia.”

  • Bob Belvedere
  • Bob Belvedere

    While I can’t speak to parochial schools being just as bad in the ‘sex with students’ department, I can report that Leftism has metastasized in the curriculum.


    You just lurve them pedophiles, don’t you?

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