As suggested by Edward Stancik, a special investigator for the New York City school system, there is no epidemic of sexual misconduct in schools. Still the practice in many schools of looking the other way, ignoring such behaviors, and maintaining a public posture that 'it can't happen here' is off target. Sexual misconduct does occur in many secondary schools, and in most cases the response is limited to warning teachers and coaches about the legal aspects and liabilities involved. Here, William Fibkins argues that these approaches only make teachers and coaches unwilling to offer help to needy students. In the end, educators are still at risk because they are left without effective training on how to set boundaries and carry on helpful supervision and monitoring. To help eliminate sexual misconduct in schools, this book provides step-by-step training procedures that can be used as part of the schools' staff development program to teach educators about the importance of setting boundaries. Real-life case studies documenting inappropriate teacher-student relationships are included. To learn more, visit www.williamfibkins.com.
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