Quando um professor é despedido por se recusar a cumprir a política de uma escola que impede dar um zero a estudantes que não sabem nada de Física qualquer coisa de doentio tomou conta dessa escola. Foi em Edmonton e atingiu um professor de Física. A história acabou assim: o professor despedido de uma escola pública arranjou emprego numa escola privada.
An Edmonton teacher who was fired for defying his school’s “no zero” policy says he’s landed a new job.Lynden Dorval says he’s accepted a teaching position at Tempo, a provincially accredited private school in Edmonton’s Riverbend area. The school caters to students in kindergarten through to Grade 12.Dorval was fired from his job as a physics teacher at Ross Sheppard High School after he defied the school’s policy to not give students zero grades for incomplete assignments.He told CTV News that there’s no “no zero” policy at his new school.“They give zeroes. They made that very clear,” Dorval said with a chuckle.Dorval said he’ll be teaching advanced-placement physics, a slight curriculum change from his previous job teaching international baccalaureate (IB) physics. Fonte: CTV News