Vasily Razumov, a 25-year-old literature teacher from the Yaroslavl Provincial Gymnasium, was fined 30,000 rubles under an administrative article about “discrediting” the army, and he also had to resign from the gymnasium because of a post on social networks. Mel reports .
The students' parents took a screenshot of Razumov's post about the "special operation" and reported it to the school principal. After that, school employees handed over Razumov's contacts to the police. He was detained during a private lesson with a ninth grader, the court fined him 30,000 rubles. The teacher himself notes that this is more than his salary at school.
The reasons for dismissal from the gymnasium were not only statements on social networks, but also the appearance of Razumov, as well as teaching methods that did not suit the parents. The lawyer and colleagues from Moscow advised the teacher to sign a statement of termination of the contract by mutual agreement, so that the teacher could not work an extra week at the gymnasium and leave on the same day. However, in fact it was a dismissal.
"My parents didn't like me giving 'weird' tasks. For example, I ask children to draw a comic book based on Dubrovsky. They were terribly infuriated that I was teaching children the “westernized genre” of comics.”
According to the teacher, before his dismissal, a teachers' council was held with him, the staff of the gymnasium and several parents. They discussed why the teacher looks like that, why he asks children to draw comics, and “why Chekhov cartoons are not bad.” The administration defended him in front of his parents, but the next day the teacher received a message from the mother of one of the students: “A council is being held at the gymnasium on your human and political position.” Then Razumov was sent a message about his dismissal by his colleague.
The Yaroslavl Provincial Gymnasium refused an official request from Mel to comment on the teacher's dismissal: "Unfortunately, we are not familiar with your publication and therefore do not see the need to answer your questions."