Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Two former teachers in Durham admit sexual misconduct with teens

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DURHAM—Ontario’s College of Teachers has revoked the licences of two educators who admitted to professional misconduct involving sexual relationships with teenagers.

In decisions rendered earlier this year, the college said both teachers had admitted to the misconduct.

In one instance, a teacher with the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board acknowledged having entered into a years-long sexual relationship with a male student. That teacher retired after being charged in 2015.

In the other case a male teacher, who was sentenced to jail time after admitting to luring a child on the internet, did not contest revocation of his licence.

In a decision rendered in May the college found Raymond Hubbard, who had been employed by the Durham District School Board, had acted in a disgraceful and dishonourable fashion when he pursued an online relationship with someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl in late 2015 and early 2016.  (more...)

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