Sexual harassment troublesome for schools

12/8/2003 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Since the U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings in 1998 and 1999 indicating that school districts could be sued under Title IX for sexual discrimination, administrators have been instituting sexual-harassment policies. Jerald Newberry, executive director of the National Education Association's Health Information Network, says adapting sexual harassment policies for students in the throes of puberty can be tricky.

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