The New York Times reported, “[a] classics teacher sexually abused numerous students and later married two of them. A school doctor performed unnecessary ‘gynecological’ examinations. And administrators were alerted to some of the abuse going on at their school, but did not act. All this was documented in a report released . . . by the Hotchkiss School, a private boarding school in Lakeville, Conn.” According to the article, the “report also said the school had used ‘the concept of in loco parentis,’ or its responsibility to stand in for students’ parents, ‘as both a sword and shield to excuse behavior that crossed boundaries with students and allowed sexual misconduct to take place.'”
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