Comments:Teacher sexual misconduct rampant in American schools, says AP
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2,500 cases out of a population of 300 million over years. Doesn't seem that bad. Contralya 03:18, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
- Are you for real? The same article said at most, ten percent of these cases ever get reported. TheCustomOfLife 07:34, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
- As if there were any way they could know that! I doubt that estimate is correct. Contralya 08:08, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
Funny how teachers can rape their students with reckless abandon, throw large objects at them and get them to kill domestic animals as part of projects (Ask anyone from Yoakum TX who had Coach Yaeger about that one) yet students are severely punished for speculative "crimes" such as this (see other top story today). Teachers are so defensive about it too cause there is practially no psychological screening so many of them have major jealousy complexes and think all their students think they are smarter than them. Just because your job is "hard" (hey, Cosco has some openings and great benefits!) is not an excuse for being a School House Mengele. 220.127.116.11 16:41, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
This article fits exactly the culture of fear that has America (and most of the western world) in its grip! People should learn to be a bit more sceptic.