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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A longtime teacher at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School who was involved in a controversy has resigned.

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She was accused of encouraging a hazing inside her classroom.

Now Cristina Ramirez, who had been suspended since early March, has quit.

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Ramirez was accused of orchestrating an incident in which a student was tied to a chair in front of the classroom and pelted with paper balls and shoes by other students.

It was supposed to be a punishment for failing to complete an assignment.

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The state attorney declined to file charges, but the school confirms Ramirez resigned last Friday.