School district culture largely to blame for not uprooting teacher sexual misconduct on Southern California campuses, experts say

Every day, Terri Miller receives a spate of Google alerts on her iPhone informing her that, somewhere in the U.S., a teacher or other school employee has been accused of sexually abusing one or more students.

“They come in sometimes by the hundreds daily. We’ve been seeing increases yearly since 2014,” said Miller, executive director of Stop Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct and Exploitation (S.E.S.A.M.E.), a Las Vegas-based nonprofit that works to prevent sexual exploitation, abuse...

What feeling does this article give you?

#hashtags to follow:

Terri Miller [+]    Google [+]    Miller [+]    Stop Educator Sexual Abuse [+]    Misconduct and Exploitation [+]    Las Vegas [+]   

More #news: