A highschool instructor from B.C.’s Fraser Valley has been banned from instructing for all times after pleading responsible to sexual assault.
Henry Kang was working at two Abbotsford colleges, Robert Bateman Secondary and W.J. Mouat Secondary, when he was accused of sexual offences involving two youths again in 2018.
He was initially charged with two counts every of sexual assault and sexual exploitation, however in the end pleaded responsible to a single cost in August 2020. He had been fired from the Abbotsford college district for nearly two years by then.
His instructing certificates has since been cancelled, and he is barred from making use of for one more “at any time sooner or later,” in accordance with a consent decision abstract posted on-line by the B.C. Commissioner for Instructor Regulation this week.
The ban prohibits Kang from instructing at each private and non-private colleges.
Many particulars of the allegations have been not noted of the abstract, which is allowed beneath the province’s Lecturers Act to guard the identification of “an individual who was harmed, abused or exploited” by a instructor.
The doc does verify Kang was sentenced to 90 days in jail and two years’ probation after pleading responsible to sexual assault, and that he should stay on the Nationwide Intercourse Offender Registry for 25 years.
Abbotsford police started investigating the instructor after the district obtained a grievance in opposition to him and ahead it to legislation enforcement. Faculty officers mentioned Kang was positioned on go away whereas police performed their investigation.