The science teacher in Massachusetts asked the 11th grade students about their “sexual behavior” in the interference investigation
In a disturbing investigation, a Massachusetts science teacher was suspended after inquiring about the “sexual behavior” of 11th grade students.
Eric Jackson has taught at Dracut High School for 19 years and was asked for leave last Friday because several students felt uncomfortable.
According to reports, the survey included statements such as “for me, my sex life is different from the usual environment” and “certain hormonal changes will definitely increase my sexual arousal.”
Students are asked to rate their relevance to each statement on a scale of 0 to 4.
It is not clear where Jackson obtained the survey from, but reportedly obtained it from a sex education website.
Jackson is currently on vacation, awaiting review.
When asked about the investigation By WHDH, Jackson remained silent, saying that he would wait to hear the results of the review.
He said: “Some people are sad, some people-I’m glad to hear someone’s support-but because of the pending investigation, I don’t want to say anything anymore.”
A student at the school told the exit point that the teacher did warn them that if they felt uncomfortable during the questionnaire survey, they could leave the room.
Apparently, several students accepted his invitation and walked into the corridor.
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Another student said: “I just think it’s weird.” “I don’t want to be involved.”
Sheriff Steve Stone called the investigation “very inappropriate” in a statement.
He said: “The school district attaches great importance to the health and well-being of students and has begun to review the matter.”