MOE SAYS DUE PROCESS WAS FOLLOWED IN SUSPENSION OF ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE STUDENT OVER RECORDING OF VIRAL VIDEO

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The Education Ministry said due process was followed, in the case of the 4th form student, who was suspended from the St. Georges College, after he posted a video on social media, of a broken fan at the institution.

After the video went viral online, there was criticism over the school’s decision to suspend the student.

Speaking at the Post Cabinet Press Briefing this morning, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry Dr. Kasan Troupe said the student was suspended, as he broke the rules of the school.

Although the student was initially suspended for seven days, Dr. Troupe clarified that the student in fact, only served one day of suspension.

She said the student returned to the institution on Monday and that he will now undergo standard rehabilitation.