Brooklyn Tech High School News
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Sean Shaynak, a former math and science teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School, has been accused of abusing seven of his female students.
By MATT FLEGENHEIMER
In a highly personal speech, Mayor Bill de Blasio addressed his son’s graduating class, offering emotional guidance to parents and challenging seniors to “not stand idly by” amid inequality.
By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS
For the past year and a half, Dante de Blasio has stayed largely out of public view, focusing on school, applying to college and competing in debate tournaments.
By KIM BARKER and KATE TAYLOR
Sean Shaynak, a Brooklyn Technical High School teacher who faces 36 charges including sexual abuse and forcible touching, appeared forever stuck in high school to those who knew him.
By KATE ZERNIKE
Recent cases in New Jersey and Brooklyn highlight how online communications have blurred boundaries between students and teachers.
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By JOHN LELAND
The principal, Randy J. Asher, said school officials had been unaware of any allegations against Sean Shaynak, now charged with sexually preying on seven students, until he was arrested in August.
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Brooklyn Technical High School students said Sean Shaynak was unusually close with some of them, often in ways that might alarm parents.
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By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS and COLIN MOYNIHAN
Sean Shaynak, a math and science teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School, is accused of sexual abuse, forcible touching, kidnapping and disseminating indecent material, prosecutors said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, who for years drove his son to school, dropped him off at Brooklyn Technical High School for the first day of his senior year.
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