A Vancouver elementary school teacher has resigned after admitting to giving students the answers to a test.
According to a Consent Resolution Agreement with the B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation, Sally Piccinato was a Grade 7 teacher at a Vancouver independent school when she was confronted by the Assistant Head of School about rumours that she promoted cheating.
She admitted to giving students answers on the math section of a skills assessment exam last year and made a number of excuses for her behaviour.
A couple of days after the meeting, Piccinato resigned from her job and agreed to not return to work with the school.