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Steubenville teachers hear facts about sexual violence

March 28, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — City school officials held the latest in a series of informational education talks Wednesday afternoon with their teachers to provide a culture to prevent future tragedies....

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Mar-30-13 9:40 AM

I know of a teacher that used to work at Steubenville high school. This individual refused to fix grades for athletes and because of this was "encouraged" to leave. The only way to fix this problem is to suspend athletics for a year or two.

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Mar-29-13 3:14 PM

Magic words:

Mandatory notification to outside authorities comes after obscene phone calls, voyeurism, sexual harassment or forced sexual contact," explained Clark.

This is quoted from the article...."MANDATORY NOTIFICATION"

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Mar-29-13 9:01 AM

Does the curriculum include the obligation to report alleged sex crimes? Does it include the penalties for failing to do so? Apparently, the superintendent(in name only because the coach makes all the decisions, he just gets an inflated salary) allows those who do not report rape and shield the perpetrators to walk the halls of a school and act as a role model. What message does that send to students and staff and parents? If a math teacher knew about a rape and did nothing is there any chance he would be still be in the classroom? Obviously, the coach needs to be removed immediately but the superintendent is more than culpable, too. Where is his compassion for the victim?Where is his moral compass? Maybe he can ask the coach what to do

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