New Hampshire teacher released after investigation

A Rochester Middle School teacher is out of work after a separate investigation found he lacked the proper qualifications to teach in New Hampshire. District officials opened an investigation in February after reporting that the teacher yelled at a student and approached him. This investigation determined it was likely an isolated incident, but also found that the teacher’s license was from another state and was not transferable to New Hampshire. Rochester School District officials said they will take a closer look at future applications. the Rochester School District has completed a review of all employee certifications to ensure they are correct and current,” officials said in a statement.

A Rochester Middle School teacher is out of work after a separate investigation found he lacked the proper qualifications to teach in New Hampshire.

District officials launched an investigation in February after reporting that the teacher yelled at a student and got close to that student’s face.

This investigation determined it was likely an isolated incident, but also found that the teacher’s license was from another state and was not transferable to New Hampshire.

Rochester School District officials said they will take a closer look at future applications.

“In addition, the Rochester School District has completed a review of all employee certifications to ensure they are correct and up-to-date,” officials said in a statement.

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