A math teacher who publicly accused his elite Manhattan private school of “indoctrinating” students and choking off free speech has been ordered to stay away from campus.
Paul Rossi penned a scathing essay last week that cast Grace Church School as a pricey progressive preserve that punished those with unauthorized ideas.
The school initially said that Rossi, a math teacher, would not be disciplined for his piece on writer Bari Weiss’s substack account.
But he has since been told to keep his distance.
“It feels like my remarks about the school is their reason for keeping me away,” Rossi said. “It feels like discipline.”
Rossi told The Post on Friday that a member of the Grace community threatened him after the essay appeared online and that he reported it to the head of the school George Davison.
The teacher said Davison then used that as a pretext to bar him from the school beginning next week — purportedly for his own safety.
Ross argued that it was the offending party who should be barred from the $57,000 a year Noho building, but Davison kept his position.
Grace Church School did not respond to a request for comment Friday.
In a subsequent email, Rossi said Davison questioned the “efficacy” of his returning to the school in light of student concerns over his presence.
In his essay, Rossi accused the school of “indoctrinating” kids with an obsessive emphasis on race and stanching dissident viewpoints.