translated from Spanish: Students of Baccalaureates in Oaxaca denounce master bully

Students of the College of Baccalaureates, in Nazarene Etla, Oaxaca, denounced a computer science teacher for sexual harassment, which had to be protected and removed from the campus by the municipal police.
On Thursday, students placed a reporting linemaker against José “N” and then confronted him while teaching.
Following the complaint, the teacher was locked in a room until the arrival of elements of the Ministry of Public Security of Oaxaca (SSPO), who removed him from the campus and transferred to the Public Ministry of Etla.
According to the Quadratín Oaxaca medium at least 14 students indicated that they were harassed or conditioned by this teacher in exchange for good grades.
Students commented that they filed a complaint at the campus management, but that school authorities only filed a 3-month unpaid penalty.
On social media, videos circulated of the moment the teacher was taken off campus among the student’s claims.

@SSP_GobOax staff in Oaxaca provided protection to a professor at the @COBAO_GobOax, who was confronted by students who reported alleged sexual harassment.
See the operative they mounted to rescue it… of the students who report it.
— Quadratín Oaxaca (@Quadratinoaxaca) March 5, 2020

The Directorate General of the College of Baccalaureates of Oaxaca (Cobao) became aware of this fact and reported that there are 11 terminated workers, from different campuses, after checking the allegations of sexual harassment and /or gender-based violence.
The Cobao said that her staff showed up at Etla’s campus to address the student’s complaints regarding Juan “N”.
In a statement, he said that “administrative and legal actions” will be initiated against those or those who perform acts of sexual harassment and/or gender-based violence on this campus.

COBAO has terminated eleven workers for harassment, will continue its policy of zero tolerance to gender-based violence.#ComunidadCOBAO
— COBAO (@COBAO_GobOax) March 6, 2020

La Cobao urged the student and administrative community of the College of Baccalaureates to report this type of behavior at 951-501-51-60 extension 1110.
With information from Quadratín Oaxaca.
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