Spotting Signs of Sexual Misconduct in Schools

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More than 2,500 educators in the United States were punished for sexual misconduct between 2001 and 2005, an investigation by the Associated Press recently found. Guests discuss sex abuse in the school system — the emotional impact on abused students, and how to spot warning signs to prevent abuse before it starts.

Guests:

Robert Shoop, author of Sexual Exploitation in Schools: How to Spot It, and Stop It; director of Kansas State University's Cargill Center for Ethical Leadership

Charol Shakeshaft, professor, and chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University

Jennah Bramow, sued her school system after she was abused by one of her elementary school teachers

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