The instructor was never removed from the classroom during the investigation, school officials said.
At Bedor’s request, his son is not being named. Bedor said his son seemingly has become the target of school administrators.
“These educators,” he said, “are acting as judge, jury and executioner and distributors of punishment as they see fit whenever it works for their empowerment … at the expense of justice.”
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