A federal judge entered default judgment against a former Boston public school dean for more than $10 million in favor of a high school student who was nearly killed by the administrator.

Shaun Harrison, the former dean of academics for Boston English High School, worked on implementing interventions for high school students. While working with then-sophomore Luis Rodriguez, Harrison offered the student a way to make money by selling marijuana, according to Friday’s order by U.S. District Judge Leo T. Sorokin of the District of Massachusetts.

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