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Burlington teacher who was at Capitol riot to be reinstated

June 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The Burlington Area School District says it will reinstate a high school teacher, even after some parents complained about information he presented to students.

The Burlington Area School District says it will reinstate a high school teacher, even after some parents complained about information he presented to students. They said Jeff Taff shared conspiracy theories about the pandemic and posted to students in Google Classroom about "election integrity" while attending the Jan. 6 riot in Washington, D. C. After five months of investigation, the school district said, "The investigator concluded that the teacher did not violate board policies or state and federal laws as it pertains to any alleged discrimination. "Further, there is no evidence that the teacher engaged in any unlawful activity on January 6, 2021, while in Washington, D. C. "The district said it met with Taff to "discuss the recommendations offered in the report and reiterate expectations moving forward. " The district said Taff will "participate in professional development related to culturally responsive education" and "will meet with district administrators to discuss expectations for curriculum and the discussion of controversial topics. "The district also said Taff will be observed consistent with and in addition to the district’s educator effectiveness protocol.

John Phetteplace said his son had Taff as a teacher and was uncomfortable in his class too.

—The Burlington Area School District says it will reinstate a high school teacher, even after some parents complained about information he presented to students. They said Jeff Taff shared conspiracy theories about the pandemic and posted to students in Google Classroom about "election integrity" while attending the Jan. 6 riot in Washington, D. C. After five months of investigation, the school district said, "The investigator concluded that the teacher did not violate board policies or state and federal laws as it pertains to any alleged discrimination. "Further, there is no evidence that the teacher engaged in any unlawful activity on January 6, 2021, while in Washington, D. C. "The district said it met with Taff to "discuss the recommendations offered in the report and reiterate expectations moving forward. " The district said Taff will "participate in professional development related to culturally responsive education" and "will meet with district administrators to discuss expectations for curriculum and the discussion of controversial topics. "The district also said Taff will be observed consistent with and in addition to the district’s educator effectiveness protocol.

John Phetteplace said his son had Taff as a teacher and was uncomfortable in his class too.

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