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Not Just Oprah

Not Just Oprah

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Sexual misconduct by teachers is one of parents' worst nightmares. And when it makes the headlines, it's usually in an embarrassing and tawdry way... like the sixth grade math teacher from Nebraska who allegedly ran away to Mexico with one of her students, or the cloud over Oprah's school in South Africa. But an Associated Press investigation identified the problem as much wider then you might have thought. Today, we're going to delve into this problem, and give you the scoop on what to do if you suspect it's happening in your child's school. Your suggestions are welcome.