Teachers behaving badly

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Michael Mui, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:44 AM ET

VANCOUVER — High school teacher Gordon Bibby has been ordered by the B.C. Teachers Regulation Branch to undergo a fitness-to-teach evaluation after a series of bad moves, including telling one student: “Your mother lies when she tells you she loves you.”

According to the teachers regulation authority, the Merrit, B.C., teacher also made disrespectful comments about a student’s financial situation at home, and ripped up the homework of two Grade 9 students.

The B.C. Teachers Regulation Branch released its latest round of disciplinary decisions this week.

Other offenders included Langley, B.C., teacher David Young, who left for Frankfurt on vacation on March 8, 2012, and didn’t return until March 21, claiming a family member was hospitalized in Vancouver.

South Delta Secondary School instructor Richard Marks was found to have submitted medical leave certificates he signed or altered himself from 2009 to 2011.

 


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