This is quite a horrifying tale.
But one of the worst elements, aside from the bratty, sucky, bully, snowflakes running the school, is that this teacher has chosen to remain anonymous.
If you take the time to go to the press, and remain anonymous, and stay trembling, it will happen again and again and again. You will have solved nothing by going to the press anonymously.
By choosing not to put your name and face to a story, you are perpetuating the abuse, and you are, unfortunately, part of the problem, not part of any solution or resolution.
This is cowardly. Yes I know what the risks are of putting your name to your opinion. Duh.
Toughen up, buttercups.
What is the value of going to the media, and having readers, or politicians, or activists (potentially) gasp at this tale, only to fully understand that anyone of them could very well be next precisely because the school is not being named, the person is remaining anonymous and therefore this disgraceful abuse cannot ever be stopped.
As well: There are more employers out there other than that sh&tty SJW private school. There are employers out there who value individuals who take a stand, who are ready to take a hit, ready to fight for their right to own their own conscience. But to cower before a school run by entitled, triggered brats? To empower them even further by refusing to go truly public? What a disappointment.
This is a classic tale of a bully. And bullies need to be smashed back, harder, much, much harder than they ever hit first.
This story is so full of disgusting, it's like a visual, literal, cerebral and intellectual vomit comet.
The more of "us" who put "our" names to stuff, the less abuse there will be.
Sunlight is a wonderful disinfectant for poisoned minds.