Justine Ang Fonte, who is known for teaching sexually inappropriate material to young children, has finally lost her job. It appears that the Dalton School, the upscale private school at which she taught, finally felt enough pressure to make the right move.
The New York Post reported:
Justine Ang Fonte, who also taught a one-day workshop on “porn literacy” to juniors at Columbia Grammar & Prep School last month that angered some parents, will not return to the school next year, according to an email Dalton’s head of school, Jim Best, sent to parents Friday. Best also will not be returning to Dalton next year.
In the email, Best wrote: “Throughout her tenure at Dalton, Justine Ang Fonte has helped to develop an exemplary K-12 Health and Wellness program. Dalton — our faculty, staff, administration, and trustees — continue to stand firmly behind this program and those who teach it.”
He continued, explaining that Fonte “announced her decision to leave Dalton to focus on her work as an independent Health Educator.”
Fonte is known for such hits as “Let’s Teach First Graders How to Masturbate” and “Let’s Not Tell Parents We’re Teaching Their High Schoolers About Porn.”
The supposed educator and the school became the subject of controversy when it was discovered that they were teaching sex-education courses that included teaching on masturbation. One segment featured a cartoon for six-year-olds depicting kids talking about “touching themselves.” The Post reported on the dialogue in the cartoon:
“Hey, how come sometimes my penis gets big sometimes and points in the air?” asks the little boy in the cartoon, leading to an explanation of what an “erection” is.
The boy nods and says, “Sometimes I touch my penis because it feels good.”
Then the little girl character chimes in: “Sometimes, when I’m in my bath or when Mom puts me to bed, I like to touch my vulva too.”
When parents became outraged at the content, the school defended itself by claiming they had “misinterpreted” what Fonte was teaching their kids.
In another story, parents of high schoolers attending Columbia Grammar and Preparatory
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