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January 31, 2014 5:20 PM

More diligence urged to prevent child sexual abuse in schools

Federal, state and local agencies aren’t doing enough to monitor and prevent sexual abuse of children by school employees, resulting in a spotty reporting system that might underestimate the number of children who are sexually abused in schools, according to a new congressional report.

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