Jane’s fear became Anna’s reality––sexual misconduct is not handled how victims want

Sydney Steinberg

June 3, 2020

“He got on top of me and was trying to hook up with me. I said ‘No, no, I don’t want to.’ He’s feeling me up and I said ‘No, you can’t put your hands in my pants. Stop.’ He put my hands down his pants and tried ...

The national sexual misconduct disaster and Betsy DeVos’s new rule

Sydney Steinberg

June 3, 2020

Sexual misconduct in high schools is a massive national issue, and the ability of school administrators to handle it is an even larger one. As reported by local and national news organizations, a rape victim attended school w...

Unsatisfactory prevention methods leave teachers and students uncomfortable

Sydney Steinberg

June 3, 2020

Although there are limited standards to how TUHSD administrators address sexual misconduct complaints after the fact, there is a rigidly established method for preventing sexual harassment. However, according to teachers and admin...

How administrations enforce rigid steps in a flexible way

Sydney Steinberg

June 3, 2020

According to Seabury, Farr and Sondheim, sexual harassment and assault complaints are addressed on a “case-by-case” basis, meaning there is limited standardization between the way different cases are addressed. Drake H...

Uncovering professional tutoring’s popularity in our community

Sarah Young

May 27, 2020

According to a recent Bark survey, 33 percent of Redwood students have only used paid professional tutoring services rather than peer tutoring, which is a free service provided by the school. But why is this?  A US Departm...

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