Oregon teacher at center of sexual fantasy assignment controversy placed on leave, under investigation

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Lafer, and several others, apologized at a school board meeting on Wednesday, admitting the assignment “should never have been given.”

“To require students to write down and share sexual fantasies as a requirement of a course is inappropriate and, I believe, an abuse of authority and invasion of students’ privacy,” he stated.

As KATU reports, Our Whole Lives said the assignment was an “unauthorized, out-of-context adaptation of a facilitated group activity.”

Superintendent Andy Dey blamed lack of oversight, stating that it was “not a lesson the district endorses or supports delivering,” and vowing never to use it again.

“Moving forward,” Dey said, “the district will ensure that our faculty understand and follow district policy and state law by providing families information about health curriculum, which will now include clear unit information to allow for informed decision-making for all families on their student’s participation in some or all of the curriculum.”

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