Bawdy jokes about propositions from female teachers are classic Internets fodder but recently an alleged advance by a Missouri teacher has encountered serious consequences.
Reality check . . . In what might be fallout from the #MeToo movement . . . Allegedly inappropriate behavior from ladies in positions of authority over younger males now endures greater scrutiny.
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She agreed to surrender her teaching license and was given a suspended execution of sentence plus five years supervised probation.
Two other charges, including attempted statutory rape and attempted endangering the welfare of a child, were dismissed.
Here's the note on her initial arrest: Bolivar teacher arrested, charged with attempted statutory rape
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
A former Bolivar High School teacher - who also taught science courses online - has agreed to surrender her Missouri teaching license after pleading guilty to felony stalking involving a student. Tania Dickey-Driskell, 46, pleaded guilty in April to first-degree stalking as part of a plea agreement.