Sexual Misconduct in Education: Prevention, Reporting and Discipline
LexisNexis Butterworths, 2003 - Child sexual abuse by teachers - 241 pages
The Student Protection Act, 2002 drastically changed the law on sexual misconduct in schools. Along with new procedures and regulations, the Act also introduced many complicated, often confusing legal issues. Designed especially for educators and administrators, Sexual Misconduct in Education: Prevention, Reporting and Discipline is a comprehensive guide to these important changes.
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