A lawsuit alleges that the principal of a Queens high school promised to reward students with a strip club adventure in exchange for academic excellence.
The New York Post reports that Stacey Long, an ex-teacher at Jamaica's High School for Community Leadership, filed the civil suit against Carlos Borrero following the alleged 2012 incident. Long claims that, in addition to the questionable incentive-based methods of motivation, he also urged her to wear suggestive clothing to get the attention of her students.
As a result of her refusal to do so, Long says she was painted into a corner with no choice but to quit, saying Borrero's actions "really caused a problem for [her]."
If this is proven to be true, students at that school are going to receive a great lesson in ethics.
[via New York Post]