Molestation and Rumors of Molestation: Educators Can Do More to Stop Sexual Abuse in The Schools
by Richard Fossey & Judith Adkison — December 06, 2010
Let’s not kid ourselves--we have child molesters in some of our schools. They are crafty; they are obsessed; and they have a primitive, almost animalistic instinct for choosing student victims who will passively submit to their aggressions. Educators need to cultivate an attitude of vigilance, a bit of forensic horse sense, and a healthy sense of skepticism when they observe an employee’s suspicious behavior with a student.
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