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Sexual harassment in education in the United States - Wikipedia
Last year, teachers were dismissed over allegations of sexual abuse, and more have been let go this year. The allegations range from inappropriate kissing and touching to impregnating girls as young as Although the number of reported cases represents less than half of 1 percent of Kenya's , teachers, the firings underscore a serious epidemic of sexual abuse in the country, say child advocacy and women's rights groups. The report states the highest number of abusers were fathers, followed closely by neighbors and teachers. Weke said he'd witnessed the abuse himself while visiting an elementary school in western Kenya where a teacher had impregnated at least 10 girls. The extent of sexual abuse in Kenya came to light after the government set up a hotline for the victims.
1,000 Kenyan Teachers Fired for Sexually Abusing Young Girls
Record numbers of teachers are being banned from the classroom for sexual misconduct, The Independent can reveal. A third of teachers struck off last year were involved in sex-related cases, and in the highest numbers for three years, according to exclusive new figures. More were banned for sexual misconduct last year alone, than were forced out of the profession because of alcohol, drugs or violence in total during the last five years. In some cases, teachers used apps like Snapchat and WhatsApp to send inappropriate messages to pupils.
Sexual harassment in education in the United States is an unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that interferes with an American student's ability to learn, study, work or participate in school activities. It is common in middle and high schools in the United States. The definition of sexual harassment includes harassment by both peers and individuals in a position of power relative to the person being harassed. In schools, though sexual harassment initiated by students is most common, it can also be perpetrated by teachers or other school employees, and the victim can be a student, a teacher, or other school employee. Some have argued that even consensual sexual interactions between students and teachers constitute harassment because the inherent power differential creates a dynamic in which "mutual consent" is impossible.