SoFla Teacher Loses License After Telling Students About His Sex Life

A South Florida teacher is out of a teaching license after speaking about his own sex life during a sex education class.

Florida Department of Education records show that Carlos Pena's educator certificate was revoked in July.

According to a complaint filed with the state's Education Practices Commission, Pena was teaching human growth and development to fifth-grade boys at Plumosa School of the Arts in Delray Beach in when he shared his "personal experience in anal and oral sex."

The complaint said Pena "had personal experience using lubricant with a girlfriend" and explained that "dildos were used by girls to masturbate." It also said Pena explained how "69 is when both people are having sex in an oral position," how he had unprotected sex and how he had friends in the pornographic industry.

According to the complaint, Pena was a Spanish teacher who had taken a three-hour training course to teach the class a few months earlier.

Pena didn't contest the allegations and had his Florida teaching certificate permanently revoked.


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