Davis outed a gay student to her parents, organized a “morality assembly”, and interrogated students about their orientation, and suspended students that wereFrom the judge's ruling (.pdf):
part of the “Gay Pride” movement.
During those meetings, Davis instructed students who were homosexual not to discuss their sexual orientations. He also prohibited students from wearing rainbow belts or writing “Gay Pride” or “GP” on their arms and notebooks. He required students to wash “GP” or “Gay Pride” from their arms and hands and lifted the shirts of female students to verify that no such writings were present on their bodies. One of the students that Davis questioned was Gillman’s cousin, who identifies as homosexual. Davis questioned Gillman’s cousin about her sexual orientation. Davis stated that being gay was against the Bible and that it was not right. He expressed his hope that Gillman’s cousin would not “go down the road”of being a homosexual.
Let us ignore, for one minute, the horrid insertion of this man's personal beliefs about homosexuality into public policy within the school system. As you can see by the sentence I've highlighted in bold, this man lifted the shirts of female students and examined their bodies. That alone should be enough evidence for his permanent expulsion from the education field. Yet, astonishingly, as BTB points out, "Davis has chosen to return to the classroom and teach American government and other classes." (video)
WHY? Any other teacher accused of lifting the shirts of female students would be summarily dismissed, in my experience. So why does Davis get a pass?