As student activists have continued to speak out, sexual assault on the nation’s college campuses has become a dominant issue in recent years, especially with Obama administration advocating for institutional change. But  in elementary, middle and high schools, Emma Brown writes, “where parents assume their children are supervised and safe,” the issue has gone largely unnoticed.

The problem is similar to the problem on college campuses, but there are also differences, including the power dynamics between adults and students.

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