Student Well-Being Video

Teachers Grapple With Lessons Around Sexual Assault

October 3, 2018 7:58

Allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have led to unavoidable conversations throughout the nation’s schools. Questions around movements like #MeTooK12 and whether or not students should be held accountable for their behavior in high school later in life are now the subject of debate. Education Week reporter Evie Blad discusses how schools are responding to the latest news with PBS NewsHour.

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