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Old 06-16-2019, 02:25 PM
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Listen to Clarity and Anna.

Go to the union.
Bring Union rep from outside your building or union lawyer to the meeting.
Let them know you are neither a fool nor a push over.
Also consult your licensing body's rules of professional conduct.
I strongly suspect both the teacher and principal have violated the standards and expectations established by your licensing body.

I am not suggesting they should loose their licenses but they may be able to be brought before the discipline committee. Our College of Teachers discipline committee often puts stipulations on teachers and principals requiring them to take an approved course, at their own expense on professional conduct, boundaries etc. within in a specific time frame.
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