Naracoorte school porn scandal

THE teacher at the centre of the 2004 Naracoorte High School porn scandal has been removed from his teaching role.

But he has not been removed from the education sector completely according to a report regarding an investigation into the incident and its fallout.

The report, signed by the State Education Department's chief executive Tony Harrison and dated December 2013, states the unnamed teacher was intended to be moved to a non-teaching role within the education department, 10 years after accessing pornography on a Naracoorte High School's internet account.

The student was blamed by the school and subsequently suspended, but in 2012 was found to have been wronged and given $30,000 in compensation.

He is still angry after the revelation the teacher, who was the Year 8 coordinator and IT coordinator at a southern Adelaide school, would still be employed by the department.

"It's no different to teaching...he's still getting a wage," the student said. "I still think it's completely wrong."

The Herald can also reveal the report advises an investigation will be undertaken into the conduct of Naracoorte High School's deputy principal at the time of the 2004 incident.

The student said he felt aggrieved by the conduct of the deputy at the time and wants action to be taken - for him to be stood down and to meet with the student face to face.

Tomorrow evening the student is meeting with the Premier Jay Weatherill, Education Minister Jennifer Rankine and Mr Harrison in Adelaide "to focus on the lack of communication and help that they provide".

- The Herald is aware of the identity of the deputy principal currently under investigation but has chosen not to release his name.

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