I’m seeing a lot of felony convictions here and a distinct lack of top down cover up
Is it just the lack of media coverage you have a problem with?
I admittedly don’t intend to read the whole report, but from a skim it seems the criteria needed to qualify for having been harassed/raped/etc is quite low. Definitely doesn’t seem anywhere near an apples and oranges comparison, given being ‘sexually harassed’ qualifies many of these studies as victims that would be on par with legitimate rape.
While there is no national U.S. incidence or prevalence study that has examined
educator sexual abuse as its primary purpose, there are seven U.S. studies using six
data sets that have examined prevalence of educator sexual misconduct from either an
ancillary or regional perspective (Table 4).
But you’re right, public schools could quite possibly defend and protect just as many scumbags as the Catholic church. Maybe even more.
Absolutely not reconsidering my decision to raise my kids without religion in their lives lol
Edit: buuuut I might homeschool…