Sexual Harassment in High School

  title={Sexual Harassment in High School},
  author={Kelly Corbett and Cynthia S. Gentry and Willie Pearson},
  journal={Youth \& Society},
  pages={103 - 93}
This study presents results of a survey that asked current university students to recall instances of sexual harassment by high school teachers. Although most respondents did not think that sexual harassment by teachers was frequent or serious in their high schools, half cited examples of such incidents involving other students. Approximately 6% of the respondents reported having personally experienced sexually inappropriate attention from high school teachers. In addition, over one third noted… 
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