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WALL STREET JOURNAL: NY Has Strict Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse


New York Has Strict Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse
Why does one former teacher accused of sex abuse go to jail when another remains free?
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HM RECORD: School for scandal: Talkin’ bout our reputation


School for scandal: Talkin’ bout our reputation Written by Teo Armus-Laski 
on May 29, 2014 at 8:39 AM
In a letter to the editor last fall, a fellow senior wrote that “Horace Mann students are human.” The writer’s need to make this reality explicit, however, implies the presence of a perspective – somewhere, from someone – that considers us not to be human – but rather, super-human.



COMMENTARY: Voters support SOL reform


Guest Blog: Mai Fernandez, “Voters support SOL reform; Legislators should follow.” Supporting the rights of children over those of institutions remains an uphill battle in the United States. The public understands that child abusers don’t retire, and they know that many institutions reflexively protect their reputations rather protect kids. Meanwhile, legislators lag way behind their constituents.



SOL Reform: May 13 Rally in Albany to Combat Child Sexual Abuse


Read the summary of the May 13th rally in Albany to combat child sexual abuse and urge SOL reform.  See what voices from many perspectives have said.  Scroll down for some quotes (video to follow):



Fieldston Letter


From: Ethical Culture Fieldston School <ecf@ecfs.org>
Date: May 9, 2014
Subject: Letter to the Community
Reply-To: ecfheadofschool@ecfs.org
Dear ECFS Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni:



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