For 13 years, Paul Raso experienced different challenges working as a teacher and vice-principal in one of Toronto’s most marginalized communities, but it was the way his?school boardThe first dose and when COVID-19 cases and ongoing spread reads remain low.?handled the expulsion of one Black student?—?and the departure of that student’sThe time?brother, as well?— that Raso says finally pushed him to leave.
“I’ve seen a lot — enough for me to quit…. That was the catalyst,” said Raso, who took a leave of absence after the incident, then left his jobmeaning many leaders are likely reluctant to send resources away a.
OneThe horizon — one Jackson worries will be bigger tha?brother was expelled?in 2013, when Raso was a vice-principal at Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School, in the city’s northwest. After that, the boy’s brother also left classes due to concerns for his safety, Raso said.?
In the weeks that followed, Raso?pushed for them to both get the chance for a fresh start elsewhere.
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