A teacher who was accused of sexual abuse of three students in rural Mexicali was found not guilty and has returned to the classroom, staff with the Human Rights Commission said.
The teacher was working in Miguel Hidalgo School in Mexicali Valley.
Commission representative Vania Melchor said the agency filed a complaint against the state Department of Education and the Attorney General’s office for alleged violations of teacher rights.
Although the sexual abuse cases were confirmed, the teacher was found not guilty and reinstated to his position as Assistant Principal.
Commission Representative Brenda Rangel said two of the three victims provided evidence of the sexual abuse, so the judge victimized once again the students.
Commissioner Miguel Mora said several issues were detected in the case from the agency.