In 2017, she overheard multiple female students being molested by a male teacher in an off-campus trusteeship agency, and she reported it to the school and the Education Bureau. After receiving no response, she “leapfrogged” to call the police, and then suffered invisible pressure. In the same year, the county education bureau terminated her contract on the grounds that her teacher qualification certificate was false. He Siyun, who has lost his job as a teacher, now sells snail noodles for a living.
He Siyun’s experience attracted great attention at the time. Looking back on the entire incident, after learning that the female student was molested, He Siyun suggested that school leaders call the police immediately, but two school leaders said that they would wait for the principal to make a decision; she then sent a message to the education The Secretary reported the matter and received a reply the next morning. But twenty minutes before, she had already called the police. This is the origin of the so-called “leapfrog” alarm.
Soon after the incident, He Siyun’s teacher qualification certificate was found to be falsified and he could not continue to serve. Judging from the response of the County Education Bureau that year, they regarded the report of student molestation and the fraud of teacher qualifications as completely unrelated matters. However, what the Education Bureau did not explain is that He Siyun claimed that she had submitted the certificate to the education department when she evaluated the job title. Why did she find out the problem after reporting the incident? The Education Bureau started the inventory work in April. Why did she inform her that there was a problem before she became a regular employee in September, so she did not have time to re-examine?
Of course, the fraud of He Siyun’s teacher qualification certificate does have problems that she cannot avoid, but this is also what caused netizens’ suspicion. Although He Siyun herself is wrong, if she does not go “leapfrog” to the police, will she continue to be safe? teacher.