California: School Districts without Policies on Teacher-Student Boundaries Are Paying the...

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    School Districts That Don’t Have Policies on Teacher-Student Boundaries Are Paying the Price

    California doesn’t require schools to have policies spelling out appropriate boundaries between teachers and students, but not having those policies is proving to be a problem in court. In several cases across San Diego County over the last decade, school districts have paid out millions of dollars as a result of lawsuits from students abused by educators who argued the schools did not have sufficient policies or training in place to protect them. In 2015 and early 2016, a Crawford High School Spanish teacher and volleyball coach had sexual relations with a teenage male student in her classroom during school ...


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