Teacher Kevin Hogan aka “Hytch Cawke” Fired for Being in Porn Movies

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Massachusetts- from www.patch.com – Suspended Mystic Valley Regional Charter School teacher Kevin Hogan will not return as the head of the school’s English department this year, after a Fox 25 news report last year revealed he had performed in same-sex pornographic videos just a year before starting at the school.

The school has long declined to publicly comment about the case, though school publicist Martin Gately told the Boston Globe’s Matt Byrne that the issue had been “closed” Wednesday, without commenting on specifics.

“He’s not going to be teaching next year,” Gately said. “It’s a personnel matter that’s been closed.”

He said that the school was looking for a replacement.

At the time, a number of parents expressed strong feelings about the case.

Back story, November, 2011: Controversy over the alleged gay porn past of a Massachusetts-based high school English teacher continues to swirl, with support split between the employee and the reporter who broke the story.

As The Boston Globe is reporting, Kevin Hogan, who was hired in August to head the English department at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden, was placed on administrative leave after Fox News broke the news yesterday that he had acted under the pseudonym “Hytch Cawke” in X-rated movies like “Fetish World” and “Just Gone Gay 8,” which were released in 2010.

When confronted with the accusations by Fox Undercover reporter Mike Beaudet, Hogan — who also served as the school’s crew coach — only responded, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

The school’s business manager responded quickly to the reports with a swift e-mail to students’ parents saying Hogan’s references had been “superlative” at the time of his hiring, yet opinions on the controversy have been surprisingly mixed. A poll on the Fox News site finds a staggering majority (81 percent) of readers believe Hogan should be allowed to keep his job, compared with a mere 18 percent who feel he should be fired.

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