Developing the Courage to Report Sexual Abuse Begins in Schools

Schools are certainly part of the foundation where students learn about power and submission, power and shame. Sexual predatory behavior has no place in schools or anywhere. We are concerned that educators may think this is not a 'school problem'. We think it is. We listened to swimmer Diana Nyad speak about being abused by her coach from the time she was 14. At 21, after discovering that another team mate had also been abused, she went back to the school and told the principal what had happened. She reported that the coach was terminated but he found another job not far away and continued coaching young female swimmers. What a troubling story it was. Read more...

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