By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 October 2011 • 12:04
Photo of Teresa Ribera at the Cepsa plant in Tenerife.
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A FORMER teacher at Almeria University is facing four years in prison, suspension and a fine of €144,000, for having forged the marks of at least six students.
Between 2006 and 2007 she taught a subject in the nursing course and 106 students signed a complaint against her.
This was passed on to her in February 2007, when she requested leave, was replaced by another teacher. This teacher evaluated the students and gave them provisional marks. All six students who later took their case to court passed, and one even had top marks.
However, when she returned to work, the teacher allegedly changed all their marks to failed for no apparent academic reason, and seemingly in revenge for the report against her.
She then called each of the six girls to her office and put pressure on them to retract their accusations, before once again giving them pass marks.
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