So far, the assistant principal has not been disciplined since no
one has reported the incident as far as I'm aware.
It should be noted that in some states, records reflecting or
revealing final disciplinary actions taken against various
categories of public employees, or the quality of their job
performance, in general, are available for public access.
In those states, personnel matters should not necessarily be kept
private, especially, once they have become "final."
See, "Privacy Rights v Open Records" on NYC Rubber Room Reporter and
The article contained a reference to the following North Dakota case:
On 1/26/15, regardless wrote:
> On 1/26/15, Concerned wrote:
>> The sex of the individuals bears somewhat on the situation.
>> One would not expect a female student to state, "Suck my
>> d**k!", although there have been teachers' lounge stories
>> claiming that certain female students did, in fact, say exactly
>> that to both male and female teachers.
> Perhaps not, but it would be just as inappropriate, and as you
> pointed out it can happen. My point was, leave gender out of it.
> It is inappropriate regardless of who says it, or who it is said
> Hopefully the admin who was involved was disciplined privately in
> some way. It doesn't have to be public, and therefore might not
> be known to you. But making comments like those you described is
> harmful to students and also opens up the risk of lawsuits, and
> if I were that person's supervisor I would certainly want to make
> certain it would not happen again. There would not, however, be
> any reason to make that public, just as I would not make it
> public if it were a teacher. It's a personnel matter, which
> should be kept private. Only if that employee chooses to tell you
> him/herself, would you find out about the details.
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