Our expert says:
Well, it does convincingly sound as though his temper problem is now significant, causing problems not only with you and his family life, but seriously damaging his work life, too. Its awfully difficult to know what'd be best to do ( especially as you don't know all the relevant aspects of whatever happened ). It seems likely that there could be some possibility of some revision of the decision on his employment, if he showed some contrition and perhaps promised to get help specifically to deal with his temper / anger problems ; but that would necessarily involve him and/or you communicating with his boss. Do you know the boss enough to be able to contact him independently and say you're worried and want to know what happened ?
As you say, he may have lost his job for other reasons, and the anger may have arisen FROM that, rather than causing it. Its important to know whether anything is remediable, and even whether he might be able to get at least a neutral reference. Is it possioble he might find similar work at a different school ?
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