Roger Haddad takes up cases where a teacher's rebuke of a student has led to that the parent has notified the teacher of abusive treatment. In January, drew the attention of the Sydsvenskan an event where a teacher lifted it out, a student who disrupted the order of things in the classroom.
to the BEO, who demanded that the school would pay the 15,000 kronor in damages to the student, which the school did. But when the Swedish schools Inspectorate investigated the case, if it were to be passed to the Teachers ' ansvarsnämnd, was acquitted of the teacher and the matter was closed. The Swedish schools inspectorate also concluded that the teacher's behaviour was correct.
Roger Haddad believes that it is not reasonable that the Swedish schools Inspectorate and the BEO can come to different conclusions.
– We can't have an education act that says that the teacher should create good working atmosphere in the classroom and at the same time have the BEO who criticize teachers who do just that, " he says.
he is aware that e-mail addressed to the principal, which may be the municipality or a private school.
"But I mean it happens almost always as a direct consequence of an individual teacher have intervened to maintain study and work in peace," says Roger Haddad.
In an interpellation asking the liberal member of parliament, question to the minister for education, Anna Ekström, if there is any sense to keep the BEO and how to increase teachers ' powers. On Friday debating the issue in parliament.
"we are critical of the Child and elevombudets recurring criticism and when they start to push the issue of damages, where the man pays money to the individual learner who has been abused by the teacher," says Roger Haddad and continues:
" What do we mean to undermine the teacher's authority and the profession's role and powers.