A principal in Queens, New York, who allegedly used fraud to assist his faculty’s commencement numbers will reportedly stay on the payroll and obtain a $1.8 million place.
The New York Post reported on Saturday:
Khurshid Abdul-Mutakabbir, who was eliminated as principal of Maspeth High School final July, gained’t return to any metropolis faculty as a principal, in accordance with a settlement of misconduct prices. But he can keep on the Department of Education [DOE] payroll for an additional seven years.
Under Abdul-Mutakabbir, Maspeth HS created faux courses, awarded credit to failing college students, and stuck grades to push children out the door, the Special Commissioner of Investigation for metropolis colleges discovered, confirming exposès by The Post.
According to Maspeth High School’s web site, its mission was to coach college students to grow to be “critical thinkers and life-long learners with strong character.”
DOE officers settled the fees in January and fined the person $12,000; nevertheless, he’ll reportedly work in an workplace till his retirement in November 2029:
— New York Post (@nypost) April 16, 2022
He could have his $187,043 annual wage, obtain union-negotiated pay raises, paid holidays, holidays, and well being and retirement advantages, costing almost $78,558 a 12 months, the Post report stated, including the whole got here to over $1.8 million.
In 2019, Breitbart News reported, lecturers at Maspeth High School stated there was an unwritten “no-fail policy,” barring them from failing college students, which resulted in the highschool having a 98 % commencement price. It was additionally given a National Blue Ribbon in 2018.
“A Blue Ribbon is the highest honor that the federal government grants to schools,” Breitbart News additionally famous.
The U.S. Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon Schools Program webpage stated every year the company sought and celebrated “schools demonstrating that all students can achieve to high levels.”
Meanwhile, a Queens trainer informed the Post, “The idea that Abdul-Mutakabbir has guaranteed raises and benefits until 2029 all while doing little to nothing compared to his colleagues is unacceptable. ‘Cheat, bend the rules and be rewarded’ should be the DOE motto.”