SEATTLE - A teacher will be back in the classroom Monday at Seattle's Center School after a nearly two-year controversy over his class on race.
In 2013, a student said Jon Greenberg's class on social justice created an intimidating environment.
Others said Greenberg got students to open up about prejudice.
Greenberg was supposed to start a 10-day suspension this week.
On Jan. 12, a delegation of Center School students brought a petition to Seattle Schools Superintendent Larry Nyland, opposing the suspension.
The district issued a statement saying it used an independent arbitrator to help make the decision.