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unfair references

Comment 19th August 2010

If someone is accused of something and totally exonerated, the accusation still has to go on their reference.  This is particularly unfair for teachers, as at least one school invents unfair and totally invented allegations against a teacher who, for example, has uncovered and exposed cheating or creative accounting, and who they wish to  get rid of.  It is so easy for both other staff and students to invent allegations against teachers.  These invented allegations wreck a teacher's life and career.  It is also unfair that the teacher is usually suspended, and the allegation published, but the student is never called to account. 

Why does this matter?

It is so unfair, that an unfounded allegation should still go onto a reference.


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