But it seems to me that Assistant Principal Georges Mathieu is so arrogant that he probably cannot think about anything but his own immunity from any prosecution, anytime.
This is, as we now know, a mistake.
No one below the principal/Superintendent/Chancellor level is immune all the time in every situation. notice I say anyone "below" those positions. Anyone who is a principal/Superintendent/Chancellor can do anything they want. A case in point is Santiago Taveras, who changed grades at DeWitt Clinton High School because he could as principal, was found guilty by the Office of Special Investigations, and was removed.....only to re-surface at a re-assignment center where he makes his salary and now has a new job and title, something to do with training principals. He is not going anywhere, not even a 3020-a.
Why? he knows too much. He gets put into a 3020-a and big heads -VIPs at the NYC DOE such as Carmen Farina - would roll. In other words, if he gets charged, he may spill alot of beans on important people at the top, and they cannot afford to do that.
So back to Georges. His life as he knew it is over, and he should resign and move on. He wont, he will wait around, hoping for a deal which includes a nice raise and new title.
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