Sunday, September 29, 2019
Academic Fraud At Maspeth High School - Part 2
It seems that Mayor De Blasio was informed of the academic fraud at Maspeth high school and failed to take action. Worse, the Mayor did not remove the school administrators before the school year started but told the district councilman not to go to the press if he wanted to be on the Mayor's good side. Susan Edelman of the New York Post wrote an article that explains it all.
Can you imagine if a teacher was caught committing academic fraud? He or she would be removed from the school and the DOE would file 3020-a termination charges. Yet, despite the many whistle blowers and their allegations, the DOE kept all the school administrators and only reluctantly started an in house investigation, while dragging their collective feet. This is just another example of the DOE's double standard.
You can also read the article of why a teacher quit Maspeth high school due to alleged corruption.
To read more about Maspeth high school read my blog Here.