Is cleaning house the best way for schools to deal with sexual abuse? – The Washington Post


From the Washington Post, published article examine disciplinary measures taken by school administrators as a response to allegations of teachers’ misconduct and sexual abuse of students. Posing a question that asks whether eliminating ALL staff at schools in which claims of abuses have been made  against teaching staff. Is that the answer to abusive educators, or is there a better way?

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