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Phuket school protest centres on flirting, verbally abusive principal soliciting donations

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The protest against School Director Montri Pornphol accused him of flirting, being verbally abusive to other teachers and soliciting donations for failed projects. Photos: Narongsak Saengseedam

 

PHUKET: About 500 students, teachers and parents staged a protest at the Srinagarindra the Princess Mother School near Saphan Hin yesterday (Sept 11) against the school principal, who is accused of several counts of misconduct, including flirting, soliciting cash for failed projects and verbally abusing fellow teachers.

 

A leaflet handed out at the school listed a slew of accusations against Montri Pornphol, including using his position to benefit himself and his people financially, breaching teachers’ ethics, using his position to defame other teachers, using his position to do things that are not acceptable, and using inappropriate words in the school’s LINE group and directly at other teachers.

 

Mr Montri had initiated the “Q home school project”, which requested money from students, however after it failed risked the school paying a B2 million fine, according to the leaflet.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-school-protest-centres-on-flirting-verbally-abusive-principal-soliciting-donations-63841.php

 
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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-09-12

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This man needs to become a Thai politician. 

 

 

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