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Chicago Inspector General School Report Reveals 1,735 Reported Sexual Misconduct Cases in Four Years
By Jackson Elliott, Reporter of The Epoch Times January 18, 2023, Updated: January 18, 2023
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) had 1,735 reported adult-on-student sexual misconduct cases in the past four years, according to a report by the Chicago Board of Education's Office of Inspector General (OIG).
Hundreds of cases couldn't substantiate sex abuse allegations, 302 discovered substantial policy violations, and at least 16 resulted in criminal charges.
A backlog of 349 cases remains, the report says.
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"The exploitation of children for sexual purposes is an abhorrent crime that must be stopped. We strongly condemn any form of sexual exploitation and grooming of children and support efforts to detect and prosecute those responsible."
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"Parents, it is vital to be mindful of the clues that may indicate sexual exploitation of your child and take appropriate action should you come across suspicious activities. It is important to talk to your child and ask questions about Comprehensive Sex Education in schools. Enquire about teaching methods related to gender identity, sexual orientation, healthy relationships, and consent."
A mass exodus is inevitable!
The health and innocence of children—the future of our society—is at great risk, and we must take the sexual exploitation and grooming of children very seriously.