An English teacher in Nakhon Pathom is being investigated over accusations he sexually assaulted male students in exchange for giving them passing grades. Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan ordered the Office of the Basic Education Commission Obec to launch legal action against the unnamed teacher after receiving a report of sexual harassment at the school, according to Amnat Wichayanuwat, Obec secretary-general. Dr Amnat said the accused teacher had been transferred to the Secondary Education Service Area Office 9 pending a hearing by a Provincial Education Office disciplinary panel. Ekkachai Keesukpan, chairman of Obec's professional standards committee, said the panel has suspended the accused man's teaching licence. If the probe confirms that the sexual assaults took place, his licence will be revoked permanently, he added.
College professor offered to give female student good grades if she agreed to have sex with him
University to pay £5, after student offered better grades 'for sex' - Wales Online
By Leah Mcdonald For Dailymail. The student was attending LaGuardia Community College pictured when she alleges the harassment took place. A college professor allegedly offered a female student good grades if she agreed to 'make things easier' for herself by having sex with him. A female undergraduate claims her human-anatomy professor at LaGuardia Community College, Hany Fam, offered her better grades in return for sex, a Brooklyn federal court lawsuit states. In a lawsuit seen by the New York Post , the student who is in her forties and not named, claims she asked Fam for a meeting in October to discuss grades.
University to pay £5,000 after student offered better grades 'for sex'
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The Office of the Independent Adjudicator OIA has released a number of complaints that students made over the past year, which include concerns over course delivery, the impact of Covid, as well as sexual harassment. The watchdog, which looks at complaints across higher education, saw a rise in complaints about sexual misconduct in , but the numbers are small. Among the complainants was a student who told a member of the student wellbeing staff that their dissertation supervisor was sexually harassing them and offering higher grades in exchange for sexual activity. After three months, the student submitted a formal complaint with the provider as they had not been told what was being done.