(ANSA) – CASTROLIBERO, 21 FEB – The students of the ‘Valentini-Majorana’ school in Castrolibero (Cosenza) have resumed their lessons regularly, after fifteen days of occupation. The suspension of teaching activities had begun on February 3, when the boys had occupied the school to report alleged episodes of harassment perpetrated over time by a professor of mathematics and physics and oppressive attitudes exercised by other teachers towards some students.
According to the students, the head teacher Iolanda Maletta “was aware of these episodes and would have covered up every episode”. Then, the dispatch of the ministerial inspectors and the removal of the principal. In the next few hours, the regional school office will appoint a regent manager who will certainly lead the school until the end of the school year.
In the meantime, the investigation activity started by the Cosenza Public Prosecutor’s Office continues, which first opened a fact-finding investigation and then started the feedback following two complaints presented, respectively, by a fifth-year student and a former student of the same institute. , against the same teacher accused of sexual harassment. (HANDLE).