Of Educator Sexual Misconduct
References and Readings
Links to Related Sites
Identifying Child Molesters;Preventing Child Sexual Abuse, Carla van Dam, PhD, The
Haworth Press, 2001
Half The House, Richard Hoffman, Harcourt Brace, 1995
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"Together we can prevent the sexual abuse of children."
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There can be times in our lives when a professional in a position of
power, authority, or trust, can take advantage of us in ways we may
have never imagined possible. It this has happened to you, we
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References and Readings are provided as illustrations of the literature currently
available. No claim is made as to the validity and timeliness of these materials.
Rotten Apples, School crime from a Different Angle, Mike Antonucce, Education
Intelligence Agency, 1999.
"Sexual harassment of adolescents perpetrated by teachers and by peers: an
exploration of the dynamics of power, culture, and gender in secondary schools."
Greetie Timmerman, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, March, 2003.
"Sexual Abuse by Educators Is Scrutinized", Charol Shakeshaft, Education Week,
March 10, 2004.
"A Coach's Self Assessment: Are You Crossing the Line with an Athlete?"
www.womenssportsfondation.org, March 11, 1996
"Sexual Abuse of Students By School Personnel." Charol Shakeshaft and Audrey
Cohan, PHI DELTA KAPPAN, March, 1995
"Recidivism of Sex Offenders," Center For Sex Offender Management, May,
"Understanding and Protecting Your Children From Child Molestors and Predators,"
Cory Jewell Jensen and Steve Jensen, Center for Behavioral Intervention,
www.oprah.org. (Not dated).
"Every Parent's Nightmare," William Nack and Don Yaeger, Sports Illustrated,
September 13, 1999.
"Good People Sometimes Do Terrible Things," Doug Bates, Ph.D., S.E.S.A.M.E. Inc,
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) is the
statewide organization committed to ending sexual violence in
Texas. A non-profit educational and advocacy organization based
in Austin, TAASA member agencies comprise a statewide network
of more than 80 crisis centers that serve rural as well as
metropolitan areas. Founded in 1982, the agency has a strong
record of success in community education, youth outreach, law
enforcement training, legislative advocacy, and curricula and
materials development. Additional information about TAASA can be
found at www.taasa.org.
Predators, Pedophiles, Rapists, and other Sex Offenders, Anna C. Slater, Ph.D.,
Basic Books, NY, NY, 2003.
Educator Sexual Misconduct: A Synthesis of Existing Literature, PPSS, Policy and
Program Studies Service, Charol Shakeshaft, Ph.D., U.S. Department of Education,
"Making Schools Safer: Policies and Practices," Robert J. Shoop, Ph. D.
Presentation document, "Educator Sexual Misconduct: Taking Action," Hofstra
University, September 30, 2004.
"A Trust Betrayed," Jonathan Schorr, Education Week, February 1996.
"A Trust Betrayed," Caroline Hendrie, Education Week, a three-part report,
"Crossing the Line: Responding to Sexual Misconduct in Schools." Kristi Garrett,
[unable to locate source, 7/23/08]
PROTECT is a national pro-child, anti-crime membership
association. We are founded on the belief that our first and most
sacred obligation as parents, citizens, and members of the human
species is the protection of children from harm. We are committed
to building a powerful, nonpartisan force for the protection of
children from abuse, exploitation and neglect. We believe that this
must be done through a determined single-issue focus, a
meaningful mainstream agenda and the use of proven modern
Sexual Exploitation in Schools: How to Spot It and Stop It , Robert J. Shoop,
Publisher: Corwin Press
Sexual Harassment In Our Schools, Robert J. Shoop and Jack W. Hayhow, Jr.,
Allyn and Bacon, 1994, MA.
The Sex Offender: Corrections, Treatmeant, and Legal Practice, Barbata K.
Schwarts and Henry R. Cellini, Civic Research Institute, 1995, Kingston, NJ.
Generation FIVE’s mission is to end the sexual abuse of children within five
Through survivor leadership, community organizing, and public action, generation
FIVE works to interrupt and mend the intergenerational impact of child sexual
abuse on individuals, families, and communities.
We integrate child sexual abuse prevention into social movements and community
organizing targeting family violence, economic oppression, and gender, age-based
and cultural discrimination, rather than continuing to perpetuate the isolation of the
It is our belief that meaningful community response is the key to effective
"Protecting Your Child…Action Steps for Parents.
Dr. Charles Hobson
July 28, 2017.
These references are dated but still remain
useful. I have not had the opportunity to
continue this project and hope that many
others will take up the 'banner' for
intervention and prevention.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual
violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault
Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more
than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and
operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries
out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that
perpetrators are brought to justice.