What You Don’t know About NYC Teacher: Amanda K. Fletcher Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Amanda K. Fletcher Biography – Amanda K. Fletcher Wiki

Amanda K. Fletcher was a 37-year-old Spanish teacher at the Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science, and Engineering when she allegedly engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior with a male on camera during a video Zoom class, according to investigative documents obtained by the New York Post.

  • Amanda K. Fletcher, 37, reportedly sucked the nipples of a topless male companion in plain view of her students during a Zoom class
  • Students at the Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science, and Engineering recorded the ‘inappropriate sexual act’ and later shared it on social media
  • Fletcher offered no explanation for her actions during a probe by the Special Commissioner of Investigation for city schools
  • She was ‘reassigned’ from her role teaching year 6 to 12 students and Department of Education says it will pursue disciplinary action against her

Amanda K. Fletcher Bio

According to her Linkedin profile, Fletcher studied at DePaux University, a private college in Indiana, and has been teaching with the New York City Department of Education for 13 years.

The secondary school ranks 203rd nationally among secondary schools, and 24th in New York.

The Zoom gaffe is the latest in a series of embarrassing incidents where teachers have been caught behaving inappropriately during remote lessons.

Amanda K. Fletcher Career as Teacher

Fletcher was reassigned after a Zoom class two weeks into the school year which involved spaghetti, a shirtless male and worksheets, the report says. Several students took video of the incident and shared it on social media. Fletcher did not give an explanation of her actions to investigators, the New York Post reported.

Amanda K. Fletcher Video

Before the alleged sexual act, she was “eating spaghetti” with a shirtless man behind her, and afterward, she “resumed teaching and discussing a worksheet,” a student told investigators, according to the report dated October 29, 2020.

Students took videos of the strange turn in class September 30, 2020, and several shared them on Snapchat and other social media platforms. Students had only returned to school two weeks earlier for the 2020-2021 school year, which the city’s Department of Education decided to open remotely. The class was 12 minutes from ending, the New York Post reported.

The New York City Special Commissioner of Investigation has not yet publicly released its report.

Last month, a California teacher who dared parents to ‘come at me’ if they had a problem with the way she was running her virtual lessons, has been suspended.

Alissa Piro, a 39-year-old teacher at San Marcos High School, was captured ranting at students in a video that was later posted to a private Facebook group, and shared on Twitter by an activist group calling for the full reopening of California schools.

Piro was complaining about a plan to go back to in-person learning that has been driven by parents’ suing school boards across the state. She suggested the parents didn’t know what they were talking about.

Amanda K. Fletcher Suspended

Alissa Piro was suspended from her position as a teacher at San Marcos High School near San Diego after she was captured ranting at students in a video

A few weeks later, a Catholic school teacher in Colombia was left red-faced after forgetting to turn off a Zoom call with his class of teenage students before snuggling up to his wife’s breasts.

Ruben Dario Parras didn’t realize he was being filmed as he lifted up his wife’s blouse.

The physics tutor then appeared to kiss her left breast as the moment was broadcast to everyone on the call.

And last week, an Alaskan teacher was placed on leave after telling students that George Floyd would still be alive if he had complied with police and not to dress as ‘thugs’ if they do not want to be targeted by cops.

In a 15-minute video, a parent posted to YouTube, a teacher who is referred to as ‘Ms. Gardner’ can be seen talking to her students about police killing black people, and telling them that if they complied with police, they would be less likely to get shot.

‘If George Floyd had at the beginning when they got him out of the car and went to put him in the police car, if he had just sidled into the car and slid in there and let them put his legs in, he would be alive today,’ the teacher at Lathrop High School in Fairbanks said.